noun, plural black·ber·ries.
Origin of blackberry
Related formsblack·ber·ry·like, adjective
Definition for blackberry (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for blackberry
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
Let me tell you, bachelors who want penniless wives don't grow on the blackberry bushes down here!Vera Nevill|Mrs. H. Lovett Cameron
Finally Amy, pausing to wrest himself from the frantic clutches of a blackberry vine, raised his head and viewed Clint solemnly.Left Tackle Thayer|Ralph Henry Barbour
In shape and appearance it is much like our blackberry, or a cross between the blackberry and raspberry.The Land of Tomorrow|William B Stephenson, Jr.
He landed in the middle of a blackberry bush when he sprang from the front seat.The Young Bridge-Tender|Arthur M. Winfield
They passed berry-bushes—raspberry and blackberry and currant, now turned wild; green-gold bushes that were a net for sunbeams.The Job|Sinclair Lewis
British Dictionary definitions for blackberry (1 of 2)
noun plural -ries
- the fruit of any of these plants
- (as modifier)blackberry jam