dewberry

[ US /ˈduˌbɛɹi/ ]
[ UK /djˈuːbəɹi/ ]
NOUN
  1. blackberry-like fruits of any of several trailing blackberry bushes
  2. any of several trailing blackberry brambles especially of North America
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How To Use dewberry In A Sentence

  • To understand the nature of Mr. Dewberry's suit, it is necessary to review the recent history of Corcoran Prison.
  • Touch for Women is a rich fragrance blended from cassis, dewberry and rosehip that is guaranteed to have you hooked - well we know that it worked for Sophie Dahl.
  • Feel free to substitute one for the other in order to make this Dewberry Cobbler because whatever you call them, these dark purple berries are just coming into season and this easy to make cobbler is a great way to enjoy them. Bites from other Blogs | Baking Bites
  • In this latter type, hairy goldenrod, early goldenrod, dewberry, alder buckthorn, blackberry, Canada mayflower, and poison ivy accounted for 60% of the herb stratum importance.
  • The genus also includes the blackberry, cloudberry, dewberry, and salmonberry, and is part of the rose family.
  • She always wore Joop Berlin and The Body Shop Dewberry oil.
  • BCA will operate from its Elgin, Ill. office under the name PSA-Dewberry / BCA. Washington, D.C. Business News - Local Washington, D.C. News | The Washington Business Journal
  • In recent years, end-of-term present-giving has become a seriously competitive business: today's teachers can expect at the very least flowers, chocolates, wine and a year's supply of Body Shop dewberry bubble bath.
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