- blueberry + -ing (Wiktionary)
“ in-house instant messaging systems (constant informal chat) communal customer email systems (two job sharers, one email account) centralised online data storage (eliminates problems of files left elsewhere) video conferencing 'blueberrying' (double edged sword) ”
“Many a day they had spent together, these two, fishing or blueberrying or tramping across the dunes.”
“Mrs. Saggs came in to sit with her while I was out blueberrying, but she said she couldn't stay past ten o'clock.”
“Ringing the Towncrier's bell and fishing and blueberrying and telling yarns and helping everybody bear their trouble was the least part of his doings.”
“In the summer we went strawberrying and blueberrying, and played "hide and coop" behind the tall yellow haycocks, and rode on the top of the full haycarts.”
“I went blueberrying with Mrs. Alderling in the morning after she had got her breakfast dishes put away, in order that we might have something for dessert at our midday dinner; and I went fishing off the old stone crib with Alderling in the afternoon, so that we might have cunners for supper.”
“When, in the summer, I saw a family a-blueberrying a mile off, walking about amid the dwarfish bushes which did not come up higher than their ankles, they seemed to me to be a race of giants, twenty feet high at least.”
“After they had walked along a little way, Rollo's father asked him whether he had a good time blueberrying?”
“In _hopes_," thought Rollo; "that is very strange when we want to go a blueberrying.”
“Rollo's mother advised him, when he went to bed the evening before the day fixed upon for the blueberrying, to rise early the next morning, and take a good reading lesson before breakfast.”
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