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- n. Plural form of brambleberry.
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The "best tea-pot," which looked as if it had not been used for ages, was brought from its hiding-place; and, amongst other good things, we were treated by way of dessert to some ripe blackberries, which the mistress called brambleberries and which she told us she had gathered herself.
Blackberries are also known as brambleberries and are big and juicy.
On the banks of the deep, hollowed path, it all stood thick as hail and black with the brambleberries.
The forest land toward the south is covered with vines, which are found loaded with grapes as black as brambleberries.