any of several plants having flowers with an odor suggestive of cherries, as the heliotrope.
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How to use cherry pie in a sentence
In October 2010, the archbishop was hit with a cherry pie during a service at a Brussels cathedral.
The pleasure from doughnuts, cherry pie, and “damn fine” coffee sat hauntingly beside the continual threat of violence.
I want Mis' Calvert to taste it, an' when she does she'll say she never knew before what cherry pie could be!Dorothy at Skyrie | Evelyn Raymond
Mis' Spencer, you set that cherry pie o' yourn on this particular spot an' figure of this table-cloth!Dorothy at Skyrie | Evelyn Raymond
If only I had a piece of cherry pie now, or an ice cream cone, or a bit of bread and butter and jam I would be all right.Uncle Wiggily's Travels | Howard R. Garis
"Indeed it will," agreed Uncle Wiggily, and he wished he was hungry then and there, because he just loved cherry pie.Uncle Wiggily's Travels | Howard R. Garis
"cherry pie," murmured Mr. Thorne, who was apparently eating his breakfast in a sort of waking dream.Living on a Little | Caroline French Benton
British Dictionary definitions for cherry-pie
a widely planted garden heliotrope, Heliotropium peruvianum
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