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noun as in small fruit

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All the weird berries and bugs and plants and trees were always out there, undergoing dramatic changes every four months.

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There are stories about a woman who tried to pick berries after the death of a child, and the bush dried up, never grew back.

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Stirring is crucial, because it breaks down the berries while preventing over-caramelization, which may cause the jam to stick to the bottom of your pot.

Transfer to the oven and roast for about 10 minutes, or until the berries begin to soften.

Even harnessing the natural antioxidant powers of berries might help.

Jason Berry received a 1992 Alicia Patterson Fellowship for his coverage of demagogues in Louisiana.

“Very few district attorneys are willing to go after a bishop,” says Berry.

“It sounds horrible,” Camden Green Party Councillor Sian Berry told The Mirror.

Jason Berry was coproducer of the Frontline film, “Secrets of the Vatican.”

Until they do, Berry utilizes her star quality to keep us riveted and awaiting whatever twist comes next.

Bordering them were great quantities of berry-laden snow-berry bushes, of which I am very fond.

It was interesting to see the piles of berry crates loaded upon the steamer from the docks extending out into the lake.

William Berry, an English author, died at Bristol, aged 77; author of various works on genealogy and heraldry.

Dealers in wool, acting as selling agents for owners, and buying agents for fleece merchants of Berry.

There is no berry so fascinating nor so delicious to me as a raspberry, especially at breakfast, half hidden under golden cream.


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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to berry, such as: bean, grain, kernel, drupe, drupelet, and haw.

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