an evergreen shrub, Aristotelia chilensis, of Chile, having toothed, oblong leaves, greenish-white flowers, and purple berries, grown as an ornamental in S California.
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How to use maqui in a sentence
Loncon grew up in a community of subsistence farmers in the province of Araucanía and recalls cultivating the land and going to get native fruits—such as dark purple maqui berries and small banana-like chupones—from a nearby mountain.An Indigenous Rights Leader Is Trying to Rewrite Chile’s Constitution to Put its Ecosystems First | Ciara Nugent | October 28, 2021 | Time
There is a sort of scrub called maqui which covers parts especially of Corsica and other Mediterranean countries.The Romance of Plant Life | G. F. Scott Elliot
Djenan-el-maqui proved to be suited to the needs of Charmian and Claude, and it charmed them both by its strangeness and beauty.
At five o'clock that day the peace of Djenan-el-maqui was broken by the sound of animated voices in the courtyard.
If the opera were finished, the need for living in Mustapha removed, would she be glad not to return to Djenan-el-maqui?
I'd think of Djenan-el-maqui, and wish I was a composer instead of a singer—for a fifth of a minute.