Blackberry

What distinguishes the blackberry from its raspberry relatives is whether or not the torus (receptacle or stem) `picks-with` (i.e. stays with) the fruit. When picking a blackberry fruit, the torus does stay with the fruit. With a raspberry, the torus remains on the plant, leaving a hollow core in the raspberry fruit. The term `bramble`, a word...
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Blackberry

• (n.) The fruit of several species of bramble (Rubus); also, the plant itself. Rubus fruticosus is the blackberry of England; R. villosus and R. Canadensis are the high blackberry and low blackberry of the United States. There are also other kinds.
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BlackBerry

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blackberry

noun large sweet black or very dark purple edible aggregate fruit of any of various bushes of the genus Rubus
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BlackBerry

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Blackberry

Black'ber·ry (blăk'bĕr*rȳ) noun [ Middle English blakberye , Anglo-Saxon blæcberie ; blæc black + berie berry.] The fruit of several species of bramble ( Rubus ); also, the plant itself. Rubus fruticosus is the blackberry of England; R...
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Blackberry

A black or purple berry harvested from different bramble bushes that are related to the rose family. When a blackberry is pulled out, the core comes with it unlike a raspberry that leaves its inner core at the back when it is picked. There are many dissimilar varieties of blackberries and they are usually expensive.
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Blackberry

A black or purple berry harvested from different bramble bushes that are related to the rose family. When a blackberry is pulled out, the core comes with it unlike a raspberry that leaves its inner core at the back when it is picked. There are many dissimilar varieties of blackberries and they are usually expensive.
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Blackberry

A small bubble or blister in the flood coating of a gravel-surfaced roof membrane.
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Blackberry

Also called "bramble," these are the largest of the wild berries, up to 1 inch long when mature. Look for plump, deep colored berries without hulls. (If hulls are present, the berries were picked too early and will be tart.)
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Blackberry

Also called 'bramble,' these are the largest of the wild berries, up to 1 inch long when mature. Look for plump, deep colored berries without hulls. (If hulls are present, the berries were picked too early and will be tart.)
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blackberry

blackberry, name for several species of thorny plants of the genus Rubus of the family Rosaceae (rose family). See bramble.
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Blackberry

Neat little device from Research in Motion that allows one to access emails whilst on the move. Given the impact it has on users it is sometimes referred to as a crackberry.
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blackberry

Prickly shrub, closely related to raspberries and dewberries. Native to northern parts of Europe, it produces pink or white blossom and edible black compound fruits. (Rubus fruticosus, family Rosaceae.)
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blackberry

usually prickly, fruit-bearing bush of the genus Rubus (family Rosaceae), native chiefly to the north temperate regions of the Old and New World; ...
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blackberry

[n] - bramble with sweet edible black or dark purple berries that usually do not separate from the receptacle 2. [n] - large sweet black or very dark purple edible aggregate fruit of any of various bushes of the genus Rubus 3. [v] - pick or gather blackberries
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