noun, plural black·ber·ries.
Words nearby blackberry
Origin of blackberry
OTHER WORDS FROM blackberryblack·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