noun, plural dew·ber·ries.
Origin of dewberry
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Historical Examples of dewberry
The dewberry is a sister to the lotus, and an innocent sister.
Early on the morning of the trial, Mr. Dewberry came to see me.The Orange Girl
Harky halted and stood motionless as any boulder on Dewberry Knob.The Duck-footed Hound
James Arthur Kjelgaard
Dewberry (Rubus cœsius), a European plant belonging to the ord.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
She pursed her dewberry mouth in the most comical way, and her blue eyes lightened laughter out of the half-closed lids.