noun, plural rasp·ber·ries.
- Bronx cheer.
- any sign or expression of dislike or derision.
Origin of raspberry
Examples from the Web for raspberry
But he insist his character, Petel (Hebrew for raspberry) has a universal appeal.
And a feast it is – yogurts with fresh squeezed fruits, salmon soufflé, raspberry flan, and always crepes to finish the meal.On La Route du Cidre: Getting Buzzed on Normandy’s Cider Trail|William O’Connor|September 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
You can eat it with powdered sugar, but my favorite is with feta cheese and raspberry jam or fresh raspberries.
To plate the dish, add a piece of the liver to the toast, then place a raspberry on top and drizzle with a bit of maple syrup.
No 'e ain't no chestnut and never was, no, nor a raspberry roan neither; 'e's a bay.
In the stomach was found quite a large quantity of raspberry seeds.With the Children on Sunday|Sylvanus Stall
In shape and appearance it is much like our blackberry, or a cross between the blackberry and raspberry.The Land of Tomorrow|William B Stephenson, Jr.
She jumped up hurriedly and said suppose they go in and have some raspberry cordial.Anne Of Green Gables|Lucy Maud Montgomery
He describes the raspberry, also called thimbleberry, and ascribes to it similar medical virtues.Concord Days|A. Bronson Alcott
British Dictionary definitions for raspberry
noun plural -ries
- the fruit of any such plant
- (as modifier)raspberry jelly
- a related plant, Rubus occidentalis, of E North America, that has black berry-like fruits
- the fruit of this plant
- a dark purplish-red colour
- (as adjective)a raspberry dress