Any fruit that has its seeds enclosed in a fleshy pulp, for example, a banana or tomato
Any of various kernels or seeds, such as the coffee bean
A fish egg or the roe of a lobster or similar creature
any of numerous small and pulpy edible fruits; used as desserts or in making jams and jellies and preserves
pick or gather berries; "We went berrying in the summer"
a small fruit having any of various structures, e.g., simple (grape or blueberry) or aggregate (blackberry or raspberry)
United States rock singer (born in 1931)
The botanical definition of a berry is a fleshy fruit produced from a single ovary. Grapes are berries. The berry is the most common type of fleshy fruit in which the entire ovary wall ripens into an edible pericarp. They may have one or more carpels with a thin covering and fleshy interiors. ...
The Coolangatta Estate was established in 1822 by Alexander Berry. Born on St Andrew's Day 1783, the eldest child of a tenant farming family in Fife, he studied at the University of St Andrews and Edinburgh and qualified as a surgeon. ...
Berry is a small Australian town in the Shoalhaven region of the NSW South Coast in the state of New South Wales, located 145 km south of the state capital, Sydney. The indigenous people of the area were the Wodi Wodi people. ...
Berry is a region located in the center of France. It was a province of France until the provinces were replaced by départements on March 4, 1790.
Samuel Stillman Berry (March 16, 1887 – 1984) was a U.S. marine zoologist specialized on cephalopods.
The Berry is the only regular political newspaper at Cambridge University, England. In its print form, like The Cambridge Student and Varsity it had a distribution of 10,000. ...
A small fruit, of any one of many varieties; A soft fruit which develops from a superior ovary and contains seeds not encased in pits; To pick berries
(Berries) Soft fruits produced by blueberries, dogwoods, blackberries, plums, etc. that are eaten by many animals and insects in the longleaf pine forest. Also called soft mast.
(Berries) that which is attractive or pleasing; similar to bee's knees, as in "It's the berries."
(Berries) berry-like is a nebulous, fruity characteristic of young red wines, notably Zinfandels or Bacos.
(BERRIES) There are many varieties of berries and all of the provide great nutrition for parrots. See the individual berry for more information. Please note that just about all berries will give your parrot reddish poop so don't be alarmed by the color change if you have fed berries.
(Berries) Dollars (Knockover, 402; Thin, 148)
(Berries) Items used to heal wounds. Come in a variety of strengths; Heal (heals for low amount of HP) Potion/Big (medium amount), and Mega (lotta HP).
(Berries) the darker the better - contain many phytonutrients, anti oxidentsvitamin Canti cancer
(berries) anything wonderful, similar to bee's knees
(berries) indicated as a food source (Synthetic)
a pulpy indehiscent fruit with one to many seeds; such as the grape, cranberry, blueberry or tomato.
Originating from blueberry, referring to the blue uniform most officers wear.
An indehiscent, few- to many-seeded fruit from a single pistil, in which the pericarp becomes entirely fleshy.
a type of fruit with seeds contained in or about the pulp or flesh
n. any fleshy simple fruit with one or more seeds and a skin, as a tomato, cranberry, banana, grape, etc.; without a stony layer surrounding the seeds. See illustration and this illustration.