noun, plural bay·ber·ries.
Origin of bayberry
Examples from the Web for bayberry
To a pound of bayberry tallow, put a pint of potash lye, strong enough to bear up an egg.
The path to the light-house led through a patch of bayberry bushes.Flint|Maud Wilder Goodwin
The darkness fell fast, and the supper dishes had to be put under some bayberry bushes until morning.Betty Leicester|Sarah Orne Jewett
Mrs. Davids took the pinch of bayberry and shook her head, looking as though that was the "hardest luck" of all.
The rose keeps her carmine caskets, full of other roses; but the bayberry is generous with dove-gray pebble seeds.Minstrel Weather|Marian Storm