[ UK /ˈɛldəbəɹi/ ]
- berrylike fruit of an elder used for e.g. wines and jellies
- a common shrub with black fruit or a small tree of Europe and Asia; fruit used for wines and jellies
How To Use elderberry In A Sentence
- By Terence Renati Damson and elderberry colour enhance this cut.
- The adjacent habitat usually includes red alder, black elderberry, Scouler's willow, black cottonwood, red-osier dogwood, and yellow monkey flower.
- Mexicans were born here, among the smoky bouquets of the toyon shrub, made love on hills of elderberry, honeysuckle, and fistfuls of lilac fiesta flowers, married each other by a ring of deodar cedars, grew old walking the long, open fields of sage scrub and giant wild rye, and died in ancient forests of pine and eucalyptus. The Madonnas of Echo Park
- There were 2 types of jam, one that looked like blueberry and the other looked like figs. I went for the blueberry (later found out it is called elderberry) jam as that seemed to be the popular one. TravelPod.com Recent Updates
- We have the elderberry trees on our farm entirely by accident.
- There are no confirmed drug interactions with elderberry extract.
- From up here the rolling slope of yellow green grasses looks like an untouched prairie, patchworked with snowberry and chokecherry and elderberry, the way it must have looked when the Blackstocks grazed their cattle or the Indians traded skins and beads, or even a time before any human had seen this land. Healer
- Red elderberry, snowberry, and a species of prickly currant are common in the shrub zone.
- Police have broken down doors, screamed obscenities, and held innocent people at gunpoint only to discover that what they thought were marijuana plants were really sunflowers, hibiscus, ragweed, tomatoes, or elderberry bushes. John W. Whitehead: The War on Drugs Has Become the War on the American People
- Some of the most popular berry-producing plants for bluebirds include blackberry, blueberry, raspberry, elderberry, bayberry, dogwood, juniper, Virginia creeper, sumac, pokeweed, mountain ash, and mistletoe.