berrynoun [ C ]uk /ˈber.i/ us /ˈber.i/
- She survived in the forest by eating berries and trapping small animals and birds.
- Gin is made from juniper berries, isn't it?
- You must never eat the berries from that bush - they are poisonous.
- Rachel took a nice juicy berry from the basket and popped it into her mouth.
- The birds have devastated my strawberry plants - there's not a single berry left.
Examples from literature
- And I believe, said he, "that you have stolen some of my berries out of my basket, while I have been sitting here."
- Walter,' said Gladys quite softly, as she leaned against the straight white trunk of a rowan tree, on which the berries hung rich and red, 'I have often thought of you since that sad day.