Definition of Cherrylike

1. Adjective. Resembling a cherry, such as in shape, color, or flavor ¹

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Definition of Cherrylike

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cherrylike

cherry pickers
cherry picking
cherry picks
cherry pitter
cherry plum
cherry red
cherry stone
cherry tomato
cherry tree
cherry trees
cherry wood
cherrylike (current term)
cherrystone clam

Literary usage of Cherrylike

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1. Field Book of American Trees and Shrubs: A Concise Description of the by Ferdinand Schuyler Mathews (1915)
"The wood is light ruddy brown, cherrylike, brittle, and a trifle hard, often used in cabinet work; weight about 28 Ibs. to the cubic foot. slope 6—15 or ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1833)
"... where large piles of the berries in their red cherrylike husks had been blackening in the sun the whole forenoon, and on which a gang of negroes was now ..."

3. How to Know Wild Fruits: A Guide to Plants when Not in Flower by Means of by Maude Gridley Peterson (1914)
"The white cherrylike flowers grow in umbels of from five to eight blossoms The Wild Red Cherry is a small tree from twenty to thirty feet high. ..."

4. Elements of the Theory and Practice of Cookery: A Textbook of Domestic by Mary Emma Williams, Katharine Rolston Fisher (1916)
"The coffee " bean," or berry, is the seed of the red cherrylike fruit of a tropical evergreen. Each fruit usually contains two berries. ..."

5. The Cruise of the Midge by Michael Scott (1835)
"... in their red cherrylike husks had been blackening in me sun the whole forenoon, and on which a gang of negroes was now employed covering them up with ..."

6. A Textbook of Domestic Science for High Schools by Matilda Gertrude Campbell (1913)
"The coffee bean is the seed of the tree and is found in the cherrylike fruit. When the fruit begins to shrivel on the trees, it is shaken to the ground, ..."

7. The World Book: Organized Knowledge in Story and Picture edited by Michael Vincent O'Shea, Ellsworth D. Foster, George Herbert Locke (1917)
"... or cherrylike fruits appear on small stems, slender and curved like the neck of a crane; hence the name crane - berry, or cranberry. ..."

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