OTHER WORDS FROM blackberryblack·ber·ry·like, adjective
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Other definitions for blackberry (2 of 2)
How to use blackberry in a sentence
Shaw got the idea for this would-be educational tool while twirling a blackberry on his tongue.A sweet father-son bond inspires tasty new molecule models|Carmen Drahl|May 28, 2021|Science News
In December, when Olipop released a limited-time blackberry vanilla flavor, the company received $15,000 worth of sales in 15 minutes from people on its SMS list.Brands bet on texts to pique customers’ interest amidst digital marketing upheaval|Anna Hensel|April 7, 2021|Digiday
Flavors of dark cherries, blackberries and wild herbs seem to be suspended in the wine.An unexpected merlot from Tuscany surprises with complex flavors — and a $15 price tag|Dave McIntyre|February 26, 2021|Washington Post
He bought in to GameStop and BlackBerry through his Robinhood account, which he has had for three years because of its variety of ways to invest — but he said he bought in too late with GameStop through the riskier trading approach and lost money.
Interactive Brokers and TD Ameritrade have also placed restrictions on the trading of BlackBerry and GameStop shares.
He whips out his Blackberry, recording a video selfie against the neighborhood backdrop.
Best of all I have no laptop, Blackberry or phone, so I begin to feel truly disconnected.
She had just bought the phone a month before, after turning in her BlackBerry.
This new mobile news app is available for iPhone and BlackBerry today.
BlackBerry went from the dominant hero to a zero in a matter of months.Amazon Stock May Be Up, but the Company Still Doesn’t Make Any Money|Daniel Gross|October 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Directly in her line of vision a blackberry branch laid its frail white flowers and blue-green leaves against the sky.Summer|Edith Wharton
But in Shakespeare's time it was evidently confined to the Blackberry-bearing Bramble.
I here join together the tree and the fruit, the Bramble (Rubus fruticosus) and the Blackberry.
The Dewberry (Rubus cæsius) is a handsome fruit, very like the Blackberry, but coming earlier.
There is no doubt that Morum was a Blackberry as well as a Mulberry in classical times.
British Dictionary definitions for blackberry (1 of 2)
- the fruit of any of these plants
- (as modifier)blackberry jam