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berry

ber·ry

berry

 
pronunciation:
be ri
parts of speech:
noun, intransitive verb
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part of speech: noun
inflections: berries
definition 1: any of several small, juicy, pulpy fruits, usu. without a pit, such as the strawberry, raspberry, or gooseberry.
 
definition 2: in botany, a fleshy fruit with a seed or seeds embedded in the pulp, such as the grape, currant, or tomato.
definition 3: any of various dried seeds or kernels, such as wheat or coffee.
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
inflections: berried, berries, berrying
definition 1: of a plant, to produce berries.
definition 2: to seek or gather berries.
While we were berrying, we saw a deer.
derivations: berryless (adj.), berrylike (adj.)
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