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blueberries () 


plural noun

  1. of 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)
My favourite breakfast is blueberries , raspberries, kiwi and/ or banana with natural yogurt.
Sun, News of the World (2005)
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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