noun, plural el·der·ber·ries.
- elder brethren,
- elder edda,
- elder statesman,
- elder stateswoman,
- eldest hand
Origin of elderberry
Examples from the Web for elderberry
My mother carried a glass of elderberry wine to the poor girl, and left her alone to her tears.
The close ranks of the elderberry bushes lining the fences on the final hill-top lent themselves to the concealment he now sought.The Chief Legatee|Anna Katharine Green
The juice of the elderberry is excellent in fevers, and is also said to promote longevity.Food Remedies|Florence Daniel
"I've got to go and begin stumping out the elderberry pasture this afternoon," said Peter dolefully.The Story Girl|Lucy Maud Montgomery
Mr. Rabbit hadn't waited long before he saw some one come out of the elderberry bushes and hurry up to the stump.The Tale of Peter Mink|Arthur Scott Bailey