from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See farkleberry.
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- n. The farkleberry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as farkleberry.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. shrub or small tree of eastern United States having black inedible berries
Planted in a massed grouping, sparkleberry will add brilliant color to the winter landscape.
I put pumpkins and squash all around the house and decorated the table with kale and sorghum and sparkleberry.
The winter gold is the most wonderful color and really is set off by the red sparkleberry too.
I was leery when spending so much for the initial sparkleberry bushes, but now would snap up any of these if seen at a nursery.
The streetside two are winter gold, the middle two are sparkleberry, the back two are berry heavy and the males are apollo.
Den he tek an lose Buh Rabbit from de tar baby, en eh tie um teh one sparkleberry bush, an git switch an eh lick um til eh tired.
That afternoon we drove out into the woods and gathered a quantity of superb Easter lilies, papaw, sparkleberry, great fern-leaves, and cedar.
It had not changed as we progressed: ocean, sand, low dunes crowned with impenetrable tangles of wild bay, sparkleberry, and live-oak, with here and there a weather-twisted palmetto sprawling, and here and there the battered blades of cactus and Spanish-bayonet thrust menacingly forward; and over all the vultures, sailing, sailing -- some mere circling motes lost in the blue above, some sheering the earth so close that their swiftly sweeping shadows slanted continually across our road.