noun, plural wax·ber·ries.
Origin of waxberry
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Historical Examples of waxberry
Waxberry bushes stoutly thrived, and, in early springtime, an aged Pyrrhus Japonica put on its blaze of scarlet bloom.
More exquisite still is a single rose rescued from choking in a snarl of waxberry bushes.
Tamaiti himself disappeared a while in the bush and returned with coco tinder, dry leaves, and a spray of waxberry.In the South Seas
Robert Louis Stevenson
So he went over behind the waxberry bushes, too, and was half way home before you could say "Jack Robinson."The Hollow Tree and Deep Woods Book
Albert Bigelow Paine