British any of various types of small edible stoneless fruit, such as strawberries, raspberries, and currants, borne mainly on low-growing plants or bushes
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How to use soft fruit in a sentence
You were allocated one hundredweight of sugar for jam-making in respect of your soft fruit, I believe?
The time during which soft fruit can be kept even in cold-store is limited, and does not exceed about six weeks.
Its food consists of insects, larv, and most kinds of soft fruit and berries.Among the Birds in Northern Shires | Charles Dixon
At night the animals feed, largely upon the large, soft fruit of these trees.