American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Any of several North American raspberries, especially Rubus parviflorus, R. occidentalis, or R. odoratus of the rose family, having thimble-shaped aggregate fruit.
- n. The fruit of any of these plants.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See raspberry, 2.
- n. botany Common name of Rubus parviflorus, a species of Rubus, native to western and northern North America, from Alaska east to Ontario and Minnesota, and south to northern Mexico.
- n. The fruit of the above plant.
- n. The black raspberry, Rubus occidentalis.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Bot.) A kind of black raspberry (Rubus occidentalis), common in America.
- n. shrubby raspberry of eastern North America having showy rose to purplish flowers and red or orange thimble-shaped fruit
- n. white-flowered raspberry of western North America and northern Mexico with thimble-shaped orange berries
- n. raspberry native to eastern North America having black thimble-shaped fruit
- thimble + berry (Wiktionary)
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“The youngest Miss Piper leaped upon the rail of a fence, and with the stalk of a thimbleberry in her mouth swung her small feet to and fro and surveyed him dispassionately.”
“Green parrots went scolding and laughing down the thimbleberry hedges that bordered the cornfields, as much at home out of doors as within.”
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