- n. Plural form of bilberry.
“Weve had, apart from strawberries, as many and more than we can eat of raspberries and bilberries.”
“Harry our cook has made jam of the strawberries, and bottled two big jars of the bilberries.”
“These breaks were a welcome change from the routine forestry work, and a few days later we joined some of the villagers to collect bilberries.”
“The lower end is a silver birch wood, with a light canopy allowing ferns and bilberries to thrive; their autumn fruits make delicious pies.”
“Young birds have even been snatching bilberries from the rims of the camouflaged butts whose repair – neat drystone walling topped with turf and the shiny leaves of the bilberry shrubs – has been the other main concern of Mitchison's long, high-season days.”
“The very bilberries which I used to pick testify to the force of the winds.”
“In among the bracken were wild bilberries, similar to blueberries.”
“Low altitude wetter areas such as Sphagnum bogs support Sphagnum moss with cranberry Vaccinium oxycoccus, bilberries and cloudberries.”
“Similar to blueberries and bilberries, cranberry contains anthocyanidins, natural antibiotics.”
“The heath was full of bilberries and whimberries; but they were only in flower yet, for it was June.”
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