Also called husk tomato. any of several plants belonging to the genus Physalis, of the nightshade family, the several species bearing an edible berry enclosed in an enlarged calyx.
any of several European dwarf cherries, especially Prunus fruticosa, of the rose family.
the fruit of any of these plants.
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- ground beetle,
- ground bug,
- ground bundle,
- ground cable,
- ground cedar,
- ground cloth,
- ground color,
- ground connection,
- ground control,
- ground cover
Origin of ground cherry
First recorded in 1595–1605
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