Definition of Crowberries

1. Noun. (plural of crowberry) ¹



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Definition of Crowberries

1. crowberry [n] - See also: crowberry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crowberries

crow blackbird
crow corn
crow eater
crow eaters
crow garlic
crow pheasant
crow scarer
crow scarers
crow step
crowbait
crowbar
crowbar hotel
crowbarred
crowbarring
crowbars
crowberries (current term)
crowberry
crowberry family
crowd
crowd-pleaser
crowd-pleasers
crowd-poisoning
crowd-poisonings
crowd art
crowd catch
crowd control
crowd out
crowd surfer
crowd surfers
crowd surfing

Literary usage of Crowberries

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1. Minnesota Plant Life by Conway MacMillan (1899)
"crowberries are heath-like shrubs and resemble diminutive yews. ... The crowberries are rather rare in Minnesota, but are known to occur on the north shore ..."

2. Reports of the Survey (1899)
"crowberries are heath-like shrubs and resemble diminutive yews. ... The crowberries are rather rare in Minnesota, but are known to occur on the north shore ..."

3. The Lives of the Saints by Sabine Baring-Gould (1877)
"making wine of crowberries, which had been taught him by King ... The following summer, however, was not fruitful in crowberries, and only one man in the ..."

4. The Vegetable World: Being a History of Plants, with Their Botanical by Louis Figuier (1867)
"The crowberries are small acrid shrubs with heath-like leaves, without ) stipules, and minute flowers in their axils ; they are Arctic plants slightly ..."

5. The First Crossing of Greenland by Fridtjof Nansen (1897)
"All we could do, therefore, was to lie here, and go on with our crowberries. At last we grew so torpid that we had not the energy to pick the berries any ..."

6. The Musical World (1875)
"Herr Nottebohm could never be charged with " goose hunting," or with exploring "regions of bilberries and crowberries," but, ..."

7. The Ramrod Broken, Or, The Bible, History, and Common Sense in Favor of the by New England journalist (1859)
"... while at a feast given by some respectable Greenlanders were half raw and putrid seals' flesh, putrid whales' tail, preserved crowberries ..."

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