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  • adj. Resembling a berry

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  • adj. resembling a berry

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Examples

  • Since banana fruits technically berrylike ripened ovaries develop without fertilization they are termed parthenocarpic.

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  • The oil and pulp felt marvelously emollient on my hands, and also a bit sticky from the sugars that fresh olives contain, along with the very bitter substances that surprise first-time pickers who pop the berrylike fruit into their mouths.

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  • The bright, berrylike flavor makes it a good foil for pasta and pizza and even salads.

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  • Currant Both Yellow and Red Currant tomatoes are from South America and descended from the original wild, berrylike tomatoes.

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  • Its clusters of small, fragant flowers are succeeded by glossy, golden, berrylike fruits that remain long after the leaves fall.

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  • This year they've produced about 50 pounds of tea, garnering editorial reviews like a recent online assessment of "buttery, creamy, sweet, leafy, berrylike and earthy - all in one sip."

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  • [9] The fruits that these trees produce are oftentimes berrylike and red.

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  • In addition to dandelions, vitamin C can be found in rose hips, which bears a reddish orange, berrylike fruit.

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  • a berrylike fruit whose juice is a popular beverage.

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