from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having or bearing berries: berried branches; a berried plant.
- adj. Resembling a berry or berries: "an off-dry, berried flavor” ( New York Times).
- adj. Bearing eggs. Used especially of egg-bearing crustaceans or fishes: a berried lobster.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of berry.
- adj. Furnished with berries.
- adj. Consisting of a berry; baccate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Furnished with berries; consisting of a berry; baccate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Furnished with berries: as, “the berried holly,”
- Of the form or nature of a berry; baccate.
- Having eggs or spawn, as a female lobster or other crustacean.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. producing or bearing berries
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The process began when licensed local fishermen brought in pregnant females - known as berried hens.
Now I could cut some berried sprigs to stick behind picture frames in our house this festive season, then burn them on Twelfth Night.
It berried early during the warm sunny days of autumn and looked unseasonably odd until surrounding trees dropped their leaves and wintry skies set its clusters of fat pillar-box red berries alight.
I had some trouble coming up with a recipe this time — I am a little berried out, I am not a fan of stone fruits, and I already did lemon for them twice.
The dusk momentarily heightened all the colors of the countryside, lighting the land with jewels; a glowing emerald in the hollows, a lovely shadowed amethyst among the clumps of heather, and burning rubies on the red-berried rowan trees that crowned the hills.
Oh well… Seanya in bed still, had moarning meds, an iz berried in kittehs nao tehy haz had brekkyfast.
A nap berried in small purry kittehs duz wunners fur mood!
Instead she glides on berried slopes where last October all the sweet and tang of summer came to point and dropletted each huckled branch or August's shallows full of sockeye
Yu leefs yur joos fur a sekkund an yu haz a kitteh hed berried en yur glaz.
Folload ladur in the week bai teh beri annoid an voakal stil-libbin mowsee wut sumwun had berried up to teh nek in teh litturboks …..
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