noun, plural hack·ber·ries.
- hack hammer,
- hack house,
- hack off,
Origin of hackberry
Examples from the Web for hackberry
The only winter record for Louisiana is that of a female taken by me at Hackberry on January 24, 1941.Additions to the List of the Birds of Louisiana|George H. Lowery, Jr.
The fruits of hackberry provide a fall and winter food supply for various animals.
The 'Squire and Hackberry followed suit, and blubbered like schoolboys.Si Klegg, Book 3 (of 6)|John McElroy
It is in autumn, of course, that the hackberry earns its name, sugarberry.Trees Every Child Should Know|Julia Ellen Rogers
The disparity in numbers was great for hackberry, redbud, elm and dogwood which made up the bulk of the saplings.