Berry

A fruit with the seeds surrounded only by fleshy material.
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Berry

A fruit with the seeds surrounded only by fleshy material.
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Berry

Berry is slang for someone who practises kinky sex.
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Berry

A fleshy fruit, usually containing many seeds. Unlike a drupe the seeds in a berry are not hard and stone-like.
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Berry

Old province which has now become the department of Cher and the department of Indre. This region has an internationally renound status thanks to its wines: Sancerre, Ménetou-Salon, Quincy and Reuilly.
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Berry

A many-seeded, succulent fruit. An outer skin encloses a thick fleshy interior, with an inner thin layer.
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Berry

Family name of Viscount Camrose, Viscount Kemsley, and Baron Hartwell. ...
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Berry

A stoneless, pulpy fruit containing one or more embedded seeds, e.g. grape.
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Berry

Ber'ry noun ; plural Berries . [ Middle English berie , Anglo-Saxon berie , berige ; akin to Dutch bes , German beere , Old Saxon and Old High German beri , Icelandic ber , Swedish bär , Goth. basi , and perhaps Sanskri...
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Berry

Ber'ry intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Berried ; present participle & verbal noun Berrying .] To bear or produce berries.
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berry

A fleshy or pulpy indehiscent fruit with the seed embedded in the fleshy tissue of the pericarp. ... Compare: drupe, pyrene. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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berry

noun any of numerous small and pulpy edible fruits; used as desserts or in making jams and jellies and preserves
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Berry

• (n.) Any small fleshy fruit, as the strawberry, mulberry, huckleberry, etc. • (v. i.) To bear or produce berries. • (n.) The coffee bean. • (n.) A mound; a hillock. • (n.) One of the ova or eggs of a fish. • (n.) A small fruit that is pulpy or succulent throughout, having seeds loosely imbedded in the pulp, as the cu...
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Berry

historic and cultural region encompassing the central French départements of Indre and Cher, and coextensive with the former province of Berry.
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berry

simple, fleshy fruit that usually has many seeds, such as the banana, tomato, and cranberry. The middle and inner layers of the fruit wall often are ... [3 related articles]
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Berry

A fleshy fruit containing few to many seeds
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Berry

Originating from blueberry, referring to the blue uniform most officers wear.
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Berry

Berry (berē') , former province, central France. Bourges, the capital, and Châteauroux are the chief towns. Cattle are raised on the Champagne Berrichonne, a semiarid plateau that covers most of the region. The valleys of the Indre and the Cher rivers are rich farming areas. A part of...
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berry

berry: see fruit.
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Berry

A berry is a fleshy fruit formed from a monocarpellary or syncarpous ovary, containing one or more seeds each of which is surrounded only by its own hardened seed coat at dispersal. The fruit of the orange is a berry, for example. The name is usually given to fruits in which the calyx is adherent to the ovary and the placentas are parietal, the see...
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Berry

Type: Term Pronunciation: ber′ē Definitions: 1. James, Canadian surgeon, 1860-1946. See: Berry ligaments, under ligament
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berry

Fleshy, many-seeded fruit that does not split open to release the seeds. The outer layer of tissue, the exocarp, forms an outer skin that is often brightly coloured to attract birds to eat the fruit and thus disperse the seeds. Examples of berries are the tomato and the grape. A pepo is a type of...
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Berry

A fleshy indehisent pulpy, succulent fruit with immersed seeds.
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Berry

A fleshy fruit having numerous seeds embedded in the flesh (tomato, Solanum, Phytolacca).
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BERRY

The fleshy fruit containing the seeds; the ovary after fertilization.
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