Synonyms for mulberry
- bluish red
- reddish blue
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MULBERRY
It is said the mulberry was first planted in England about 1609.
But “time and patience,” says the Eastern proverb, “change the mulberry leaf to satin.”
The ancient was sitting in the shade of the mulberry trees blowing the flute.
We'll go as far as the mulberry tree there under the window—— There you can rest.'
Then there is the olive, and the mulberry for serici-culture.
She led him into the drawing-room, and seated him in one of the mulberry chairs.
It was summer, for they excited the elephants with the blood of the grape and the mulberry.
The mulberry is much improvd by stirring the mould at root, and letation.
In India the mulberry has also given rise to many varieties.
But 'there was the sound of a going in the tops of the mulberry trees.'