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plural noun

  1. See blueberry

blueberry (ˈbluːbərɪ Pronunciation for blueberry ; -brɪ) 



(plural) -ries
  1. Also called: huckleberry. any of several North American ericaceous shrubs of the genus Vaccinium, such as V. pennsylvanicum, that have blue-black edible berries with tiny seeds See also bilberry
    1. the fruit of any of these plants
    2. (as modifier)   ⇒ blueberry pie

Example Sentences Including 'blueberries'

Apart from the blueberries which grew wild on the hills during a short season and a type of edible seaweed, there was no useful vegetation.
Edward Beauclerk Maurice THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic (2004)
But in between visits, my next BF is a bowl of blueberries.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Fruits such as blueberries , strawberries, and tomatoes, as well as vegetables such as broccoli, have relatively high antioxidant capacity.
British Medical Journal (2002)
Look for sweet to savoury; some stuffed with cheeses, some with meat or vegetables, and some with fruits like cherries and blueberries.
Toronto Sun (2003)
You may wish to combine two or three fruits, such as strawberries, raspberries and blueberries , or mango and banana, for example.
The Mercury, Sunday Tasmanian (2004)


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