American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A creeping evergreen perennial plant (Mitchella repens) of eastern North America, having small white flowers and scarlet berries. Also called twinberry.
- n. A common name used of various plants including: squaw wine (Mitchella repens), teaberry (Gaultheria procumbens), and lingonberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea).
- n. The berry of such a plant.
- n. creeping woody plant of eastern North America with shiny evergreen leaves and scarlet berries
- partridge + berry. (Wiktionary)
“The combination of white outer and red base makes me think of a partridgeberry flower/fruit mash-up.”
“Once at the table I loaded the pancakes with partridgeberry jam and butter and gobbled them.”
“Everyone, except Mr. Blair, was sitting around the table drinking tea and eating biscuits with partridgeberry jam.”
“I also love partridgeberries, so we had to have something with partridgeberry for dessert.”
“Sometimes it's partridgeberry pie or crisp; this time it was partridgeberry cheesecake.”
“This morning it was only misting, so after partridgeberry pancakes in Woody Point, we went to The Tablelands for a guided walk.”
“The jam is partridgeberry, which tastes similar to cranberry.”
“REPUBLIC OF NEWFOUNDLAND - Heavenly pound cake filled with partridgeberry and bakeapple preserves and frosted with green, white and pink buttercream, NL style!”
“Her best sellers are her Republic of Newfoundland cupcakes, pound cake filled with Purity partridgeberry or bakeapple jam and frosted with green, white and pink icing.”
“On a go forward basic, quite frankly, I'll be working to get the partridgeberry muffin back on the menu at every Tim Horton's in the Federation.”
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Different kinds of berries. In particular it's a list of those with -berry in the name, regardless of whether they are true berries or not. According to Schlockipedia, the botanical class of berrie...
very nice enticing, berrilicious words
A place for me to keep words I found (or found anew) while reading Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series. (Culling my enormous "Learned (or Encountered) in Reading" list.)
Looking for tweets for partridgeberry.