Raspberry-bush

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Raspberry-bush the shrub which yields the raspberry
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Usage

In literature:

I slunk out into the yard, and along the stable wall, where there was a thick clump of raspberry bushes.
"Beautiful Joe" by Marshall Saunders
At first the girls were filled with wonder when they saw that they had slept in the wood among the raspberry bushes.
"The Lilac Fairy Book" by Andrew Lang
Thousands don't grow on raspberry bushes when your bank's gone up.
"Peg O' My Heart" by J. Hartley Manners
On two occasions, when the falls were sheer, they had to disembark and walk along little portages through the green raspberry bushes.
"The Dwelling Place of Light, Complete" by Winston Churchill
The land on the east side of the lake had been burnt over, and was now mostly grown up with wild cherry and red raspberry bushes.
"Wake-Robin" by John Burroughs
She wandered into the fruit-garden, among the raspberry and currant bushes, without impetus to pick and eat.
"The Forsyte Saga, Complete" by John Galsworthy
I slunk out into the yard, and along the stable wall, where there was a thick clump of raspberry bushes.
"Beautiful Joe" by by Marshall Saunders
The garden boasted a hedge of currant and raspberry bushes at present loaded with ripe fruit.
"The Girl Scouts in Beechwood Forest" by Margaret Vandercook
Chirpy found Tommy Tree Cricket in the tangle of raspberry bushes beyond the garden.
"The Tale of Chirpy Cricket" by Arthur Scott Bailey
Study the method of propagating strawberries and such bush fruits as currants, gooseberries, raspberries, and blackberries.
"Ontario Teachers' Manuals: Nature Study" by Ontario Ministry of Education
The glades on the southern edge of the woods were overgrown with raspberry-bushes.
"Jim Spurling, Fisherman" by Albert Walter Tolman
They drove along a level road, lined with wild raspberry-bushes and full of a thin jade light from the shading maples.
"The Trail of the Hawk" by Sinclair Lewis
Under the trees are gooseberry bushes, raspberries, and numbers of currants.
"The Toilers of the Field" by Richard Jefferies
At first the girls were filled with wonder when they saw that they had slept in the wood among the raspberry bushes.
"The Lilac Fairy Book" by Andrew Lang
Jack and Valentine slowly crept down by the side of the raspberry bushes, like Indians on a war-trail.
"Soldiers of the Queen" by Harold Avery
Here, in front of my window, is a black raspberry bush.
"Ways of Nature" by John Burroughs
Intermixed with these were blueberry and raspberry bushes.
"Canoeing in the wilderness" by Henry David Thoreau
From a tangle of raspberry bushes ahead a king crow rose in excited flight.
"The Three Sapphires" by W. A. Fraser
Once I saw a woodpecker bring his little one to a fence close by some raspberry bushes.
"Brooks's Readers, Third Year" by Stratton D. Brooks
Once I saw a woodpecker father bring his little one to a fence, close by some raspberry bushes that were full of berries.
"The Children's Book of Birds" by Olive Thorne Miller
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In poetry:

The currant-bushes' spicy smell,
Homely and honest, likes me well,
The while on strawberries I feast,
And raspberries the sun hath kissed.
"The Choice" by Katharine Tynan
In a picture called ‘Angels from Heaven’
As a girl flyer Sally showed pluck
‘Till she fell with a crush in a raspberry bush
So the lads blew her out one for luck
"The Sobstuff Sister" by Billy Bennett

In news:

Akio Suyematshu, 84 in this 2007 photo, crawls in the rows of raspberry bushes on his Bainbridge Island farm to weed by hand.
The annual tree and shrub sale offers a wide selection of evergreen transplants, deciduous trees and shrubs, including fruit bushes – blueberry, raspberry and blackberry.
One of the best things I did in my garden a few years ago was to plant raspberry bushes.
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