strawberry

  1. sweet fleshy red fruit
  2. any of various low perennial herbs with many runners and bearing white flowers followed by edible fruits having many small achenes scattered on the surface of an enlarged red pulpy berry
  3. a soft red birthmark

Strawberry

[bus operator] Strawberry was a bus operator founded in 2009 and was initially based in St Helens, Merseyside. ==History== The company attracted attention by offering free rides for passengers with red hair for a period. By March 2010 it operated two routes, with a third planned. In February 2011 it was operating nine routes in addition to ...
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Strawberry

Strawberry is a variety of apple.
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Strawberry

(Fragaria) This small group contains a few species of ornamental and edible plants, which may form clumps or runners. F. chiloensis and F. indica are two decorative, low-growing plants, which produce white flowers during the summer. F. ananassa is the species that produces the delicious, edible fruits we commonly know as the garden Strawberry. Str...
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strawberry

[n] - any of various low perennial herbs with many runners and bearing white flowers followed by edible fruits having many small achenes scattered on the surface of an enlarged red pulpy berry 2. [n] - sweet fleshy red fruit 3. [n] - a soft red birthmark
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Strawberry

Straw'ber·ry noun [ Anglo-Saxon streáwberige ; streáw straw + berie berry; perhaps from the resemblance of the runners of the plant to straws.] (Botany) A fragrant edible berry, of a delicious taste and commonly of a red color, the fruit of a plant of the genus Fragari...
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strawberry

<botany> A fragrant edible berry, of a delicious taste and commonly of a red colour, the fruit of a plant of the genus Fragaria, of which there are many varieties. Also, the plant bearing the fruit. The common American strawberry is Fragaria virginiana; the European, F. Vesca. There are also other less common species. Strawberry bass. ... <...
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strawberry

strawberry mark noun a soft red birthmark
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Strawberry

• (n.) A fragrant edible berry, of a delicious taste and commonly of a red color, the fruit of a plant of the genus Fragaria, of which there are many varieties. Also, the plant bearing the fruit. The common American strawberry is Fragaria virginiana; the European, F. vesca. There are also other less common species.Strawberry: words in the defi...
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strawberry

fruit plant of eight main species of the genus Fragaria (family Rosaceae), native to the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere but widely ... [5 related articles]
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Strawberry

This hardy member of the rose family is a red, juicy sweet-tart berry. The French 'European Alpine' strawberries are tiny, very sweet berries and are considered the finest. Eaten out-of-hand, used in wines, liqueurs, and in desserts.
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strawberry

strawberry, any plant of the genus Fragaria of the family Rosaceae (rose family), low herbaceous perennials with edible red fruits, native to temperate and mountainous tropical regions. The European everbearing strawberry (F. vesca) is the only species that does not put out the stolons typical of th...
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Strawberry

Strawberry is American slang for a prostitute who sells sex for drugs.
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Strawberry

The strawberry (Fragaria) is a genus of low growing perennials of the Rosaceae family. The bright red fruit is the swollen and fleshy base of the flower, and has numerous achenes embedded on the surface, and are rich in vitamin C. The leaves are trefoil, rough, and toothed, hairy on the underside. The flowers are white or yellow, five-petalled and ...
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strawberry

Low-growing perennial plant widely cultivated for its red, fleshy fruits, which are rich in vitamin C. Commercial cultivated forms bear one crop of fruit in summer, with the berries resting on a bed of straw to protect them from the damp soil, and multiply by runners. The flowers are normally whi...
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Strawberry

This hardy member of the rose family is a red, juicy sweet-tart berry. The French "European Alpine" strawberries are tiny, very sweet berries and are considered the finest. Eaten out-of-hand, used in wines, liqueurs, and in desserts.
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Strawberry

The strawberry (Fragaria) is called as genus of plants in the family Rosaceous, and the fruit of these plants. There are more than 22 named species and many hybrids and cultivars. The most common strawberries are grown commercially are cultivars of the Garden strawberry, a Fragaria × ananassa hybrid. Strawberries are a valuable source of vitamin C...
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strawberry

Sixteenth-century author William Butler wrote, "Doubtless God could have made a better berry, but doubtless God never did." Juicy and red, the strawberry is a member of the rose family and has grown wild for centuries in Europe and America. The cultivation of strawberries goes back to the 1600s when early settlers enjoyed strawberries ...
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Strawberry

The strawberry (Fragaria) is called as genus of plants in the family Rosaceous, and the fruit of these plants. There are more than 22 named species and many hybrids and cultivars. The most common strawberries are grown commercially are cultivars of the Garden strawberry, a Fragaria � ananassa hybrid. Strawberries are a valuable source of vit...
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Strawberry

The garden strawberry was first bred in Brittany, France, in the 1750s via a cross of Fragaria virginiana from eastern North America and Fragaria chiloensis, which was brought from Chile by Amédée-François Frézier in 1714. Cultivars of Fragaria × ananassa have replaced, in commercial production, the woodland strawberry (Fragaria vesca), which...
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