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Noun
/ˈrazˌberē/,/-b(ə)rē/,
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raspberries, plural;
  1. An edible soft fruit related to the blackberry, consisting of a cluster of reddish-pink drupelets

  2. The plant that yields this fruit, forming tall, stiff, prickly stems (canes)

  3. A deep reddish-pink color like that of a ripe raspberry
    • - a raspberry tweed jacket
  4. A sound made with the tongue and lips in order to express derision or contempt
    • - Clare blew a raspberry and stood up

  1. woody brambles bearing usually red but sometimes black or yellow fruits that separate from the receptacle when ripe and are rounder and smaller than blackberries
  2. red or black edible aggregate berries usually smaller than the related blackberries
  3. boo: a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt
  4. Examples of raspberry species in subgenus Idaeobatus include: *Rubus crataegifolius (Korean Raspberry) *Rubus idaeus (European Red Raspberry) *Rubus leucodermis (Whitebark or Western Raspberry, Blue Raspberry, Black Raspberry) *Rubus occidentalis (Black Raspberry) *Rubus phoenicolasius (Wine ...
  5. Blowing a raspberry or strawberry or making a Bronx cheer is to make a noise signifying derision (and/or silliness), made by sticking out the tongue between the lips and blowing to make a sound reminiscent of flatulence. ...
  6. (Raspberries (band)) Raspberries are a power pop/pop rock band from Cleveland, Ohio in the United States. ...
  7. The plant Rubus idaeus; The juicy, dark red (when ripe) composite fruit of this plant; A dark pinkish red, the colour of a ripe raspberry; Making the noise intended to imitate the passing of flatulence; Containing or having the flavor/flavour of raspberries; Of a dark pinkish red
  8. (Raspberries) Raspberry plants, which are usually planted in early spring as one-year-old dormant canes, are spaced in rows 2.5-3 m apart. In established plantings as many as 12 canes are left per plant or stool. The spent fruiting canes are removed in winter. ...
  9. Raspberries belong to the rose family.  Although called a berry, technically it is a cluster of small individual drupelets that are held together by very fine threads (hairs).  Each drupelet is an individual fruit with its own seed. ...
  10. Specific fruit description, often found in Zinfandel, Pinot Noir and Young Cabernet.
  11. A strongly-flavored berry made up of many connecting drupelets (individual sacs of fruit, each with its own seed). Varieties include golden, black, and red. The red type is the most common. Attached hulls indicate immaturity.
  12. Noun. A flatulent imitative sound made with the lips and tongue, either expressing derision or used humourously for its rude associated qualities. From the rhyming slang raspberry tart meaning 'fart'. {Informal}
  13. to blow a raspberry comes from the Rhyming Slang 'raspberry tart' meaning 'fart'. Always used in it's short form.
  14. Raspberries are used to treat bilious, cancer, children's ailments, common cold, cough, diabetes, diarrhea, eye ailments, fever, gastritis, gastro-intestinal disturbances, gout, kidney ailments, liver ailments, morning sickness, mouth sores, paralysis, pyorrhea, rheumatism, scurvy, skin ailments ...
  15. n: A derisive or contemptuous sound made by vibrating the extended tongue and the lips while exhaling.
  16. or red raspberry is the common term for the plant Rubus idaeus in the rose family (Rosaceae). The term is also applied to the edible fruit of this plant, which is a tart, sweet, red composite fruit that in proper botanical language is not a berry at all, but instead an aggregate fruit of ...
  17. Raspberrys originally come from the area of the orient, but you can find them in many gardens today. The colour is pink or dark red, sometimes black or yellow or flesh coloured. It is often used for decoration, raspberry juice and syrup, German Himbeere, French Framboises.
  18. Sweet and tart, is so fragile that it melts in your mouth…or hands. Raspberries contain ample pectin to thicken homemade jam. They provide a great source of vitamin A, C, B-complex and minerals. ...
  19. Actions: Astringent, tonic, parturient. Raspberry leaves have a long tradition of use in pregnancy to strength and tone the tissue of the womb, assisting contractions and checking any hemorrhage during labour. ...
  20. Rich in minerals, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), flavonoids, tannins, and ellagic acid, a super antioxidant. Soothing, astringent and exfoliating. Percentage of AHAs: 10 citric, 5 glycolic, 8malic, 2 lactic.
  21. may describe such wines from Gamay and Zinfandel, it is a fairly common red varietal aroma.
  22. Rich in vitamin P this extract moisturizes and nourishes and brightens the complexion.
  23. Female who trades sex for crack or money to buy crack
  24. funny fart sound made by putting mouth on arm and blowing.