Noun(1) any of numerous small and pulpy edible fruits; used as desserts or in making jams and jellies and preserves(2) a small fruit having any of various structures, e.g., simple (grape or blueberry, blackberry or raspberry(3) United States rock singer (born in 1931
Verb(1) pick or gather berries
(1) The idea is to make the fungus thrive in the plant so that the coffee berry borer can become exposed to it.(2) The parrots were released, and have thrived ever since -- happily munching down on the berry kernels of the cedar trees which line our streets.(3) To serve, place a portion of the wheat berry salad over some of the baby spinach.(4) The primary flavoring agent, the one used by all producers is the juniper berry .(5) If you take a cooked grain of brown rice, wheat berry , kernel of corn, potato, or bean you can separate the tough exterior from the creamy interior.(6) The larvae hatch and grow in the fruit, destroying the berry .(7) The coffee is then pulped to remove the berry kernels and then the beans are dried.(8) berry clusters(9) The tiny borer spends its entire larval life inside the coffee berry , which encases the seed, commonly known as the coffee bean.(10) Spoon over reserved fruit juice. Garnish with berries and a sprig of mint.(11) Red coffee berries are plucked from the tree and roasted on a griddle.(12) Wheat berries are the mother grain from which pasta, bread, and flour are derived.(13) If possible, place the bird house near a berried bush or other natural habitat.(14) These fussy foragers pick the best and ripest coffee berries .(15) A varied composition provides continuity of food supply for birds and small mammals, with seeds, fruits and berries ripening at different times.(16) For breakfast I am to have muesli, yogurt and berries , which are all quite delicious.