Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of redberry.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • We ended up with 2 kg redberries and 1 kg blackberries plus perhaps 300 g which we covered in vodka and will use for liqueour.

    Picking berries.

  • When I was a kid we used to make lemonade and jam from blackberries, while the redberries went into lemonade and frozen jam.

    Picking berries.

  • Except our dessert redberries with eggnog and vanilla sauce the rest is in the freezer, ready to be used in tarts.

    Picking berries.

  • "Two redberries and a dark beer," Krytella told him.

    The Order War

  • At least, after the redberries, he could stand up without feeling like he would fall over.

    The Order War

  • The brook appeared from behind a tangle of thorn bushes and redberries, ran through the clearing, and vanished downstream into an equally rambling mass of vegetation.

    The Order War

  • He refilled the water bottle at the same time and peeled a few last redberries from a small bush beside the stream.

    The Order War

  • XLIV In the gray before dawn, Justen sat on the edge of the stone wall, slowly chewing the handful of overripe redberries he had picked from a late-bearing bush and listening to the twitter of insects and the whisper of the breeze from the north.

    The Order War

  • XLIV In the gray before dawn, Justen sat on the edge of the stone wall, slowly chewing the handful of overripe redberries he had picked from a late-bearing bush and listening to the twitter of insects and the whisper of the breeze from the north.

    The Order War

  • "Two redberries and a dark beer," Krytella told him.

    The Order War

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