noun, plural check·er·ber·ries.
Origin of checkerberry
Examples from the Web for checkerberry
Gaultheria procumbens (checkerberry), prevailing everywhere in woods along banks of rivers.The Maine Woods|Henry David Thoreau
Both boys breathed deep of the piney fragrance and filled their mouths with pungent "checkerberry" leaves.Still Jim|Honor Willsie Morrow
The checkerberry's spicy flavor permeates leaves, stem and fruit.Old Plymouth Trails|Winthrop Packard
The Wintergreen, or Checkerberry, used for flavoring, belongs to this genus.Field Book of Western Wild Flowers|Margaret Armstrong
We taste still the sting of checkerberry and woodsy flavor of the fragrant birch.Meadow Grass|Alice Brown