wild cherry

NOUN
  1. the fruit of the wild cherry tree
  2. an uncultivated cherry tree
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How To Use wild cherry In A Sentence

  • But some writers have referred this saying rather to the wild cherry or kerse, making it of the same significance as our common phrase, "Not worth a fig. Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure
  • TREATMENT: Coughs can be treated with thyme tea and syrup, or with teas and/or syrups of coltsfoot,* mullein, loquat leaves, elecampane root and flowers, and wild cherry bark. THE NATURAL REMEDY BIBLE
  • The wild cherry twigs are very flexible, so the birds swing and sway on them. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the wild cherry trees there are more scarlet and yellow leaves. Times, Sunday Times
  • Crooked stunted gums and stringybarks, with a thick underscrub of wild cherry, hop, and hybrid wattle, clothed the spurs which ran up from the back of the detached kitchen.
  • To treat a cough, make a calming tea from equal parts of licorice root, anise seed, mullein leaves and wild cherry bark.
  • Families of starlings are also invading the wild cherry trees for their fruit, the brown young ones alongside the speckled older birds. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is also wild cherry and field maple. Times, Sunday Times
  • Golden oriels were busy in the tops of the wild cherry trees, feeding upon the ripe fruit, and calling out their French name, _loriot_; and when they flew across the river, a gleam of brilliant yellow moved swiftly over the rippled surface. Wanderings by southern waters, eastern Aquitaine
  • Carving single blocks of beech, ash, wild cherry or oak, he darkens the figures' surfaces by lightly charring them, after which he polishes them so that they seem to glow.
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