from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The blackberry: so called, and also bumblekite and black-bowwower, in allusion to the effect of blackberries in producing wind in the stomach.
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That's the thing, it's all a bumbleberry pie of nothing.
At Milepost 96, we stopped for coffee and bumbleberry pie apple, rhubarb and berry, $5.95 in the knotty-pine dining room of Whistlin' Jack Lodge, with a nice view of the Naches River.
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