mulberry

Part of speech: noun

A tree bearing a berry- like fruit; the fruit.

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Usage examples "mulberry":

  1. Corn, vineyards, olives, and groves of mulberry- trees adorned the hills. - "A Sicilian Romance", Ann Radcliffe.
  2. The country was very fertile, and, in the place of the boundless pasturages of the Mongul territories, it was covered in all directions with cultivated fields, gardens, orchards, and mulberry- groves, while thriving villages and busy towns were scattered over the whole face of it. - "Genghis Khan, Makers of History Series", Jacob Abbott.
  3. Why should a mulberry- tree be called Old Jasper? - "When Ghost Meets Ghost", William Frend De Morgan.