heart cherry


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n heart cherry large heart-shaped sweet cherry with soft flesh
    • n heart cherry any of several cultivated sweet cherries having sweet juicy heart-shaped fruits
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  • Kotomichi
    “My heart that was rapt away by the wild cherry blossoms -- will it return to my body when they scatter?”


In literature:

He gave back the throne, with all his heart, and King Cherry ruled again, with Zelia for his queen.
"Stories to Tell to Children" by Sara Cone Bryant
She certainly did look like a fresh white-heart cherry going to be bitten off the stem by that lipless mouth.
"Brother Jacob" by George Eliot
The cherry-trees, by the river-side, my heart is set upon.
"The Journal to Stella" by Jonathan Swift
Mix together six pounds of ripe morellas and six pounds of large black heart cherries.
"Directions for Cookery, in its Various Branches" by Eliza Leslie
Cherries: May-duke, bigaroon, white-heart.
"Enquire Within Upon Everything" by Anonymous
She uncorked the bottle of cherry-water, good for that troublesome heart of poor madame's.
"Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science, Vol. 17, No. 97, January, 1876" by Various
His heart was full of tender thoughts of Cherry and her sweet affection for him.
"The Lost Treasure of Trevlyn" by Evelyn Everett-Green
He gave back the throne with all his heart, and King Cherry ruled again, with Zelia for his queen.
"Stories to Tell Children" by Sara Cone Bryant
I know Cherry would be heart-broken to hear you had gone without seeing her.
"Afterwards" by Kathlyn Rhodes
In his heart he believed that it meant another application of cherry switch, either instructive or vindictive, but he did not care.
"The Uncalled" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
For one thing it was all uphill now, and for another, Cherry's heart was heavy, and a heavy heart makes heavy feet.
"Cornwall's Wonderland" by Mabel Quiller-Couch
The trees require much moisture, especially sorts with large leaves, such as the Bigarreau and Heart Cherries.
"The Book of Pears and Plums" by Edward Bartrum
Remove stones from red and pink Ox-heart cherries and cut them in halves lengthwise.
"Fifty-Two Sunday Dinners" by Elizabeth O. Hiller
The ices are in the shape of hearts with a candied cherry in the center of each.
"Suppers" by Paul Pierce
We buried him in Cherry Croft, and were all heart-broken.
"All the Days of My Life: An Autobiography" by Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
For the grateful flavour of the cherry let us lift up our thankful hearts to Him who made that, the stars, and us.
"The Browning Cyclopædia" by Edward Berdoe
Try a taste of the conserved cherries, they be white hearts from a Shottery orchard.
"A Maid of Many Moods" by Virna Sheard
Maraschino or ox-heart cherries stuffed with hazel nuts.
"The Myrtle Reed Cook Book" by Myrtle Reed
Oh, Cherry, if I did not know you love Him, my heart would break.
"Mother Meg" by Catharine Shaw
He had taken her to Mrs. Halloran, whose heart she had won by praise of her cherry cordial.
"Satan Sanderson" by Hallie Erminie Rives

In poetry:

You were of Love's own colour
In eyes and heart and hair;
In the dim place of cherry-trees
Ridden by yellow air.
"You And Yellow Air" by John Shaw Neilson
Even fond turtle—doves forbear
To coo till woods are warm:
Thou hast the heart to love and pair
Ere the cherry blossoms swarm.
"A March Minstrel" by Alfred Austin
For he is my father's son,
And, in childhood's loving time
He and I so lone, so young,
No twin blossoms ever sprung,
No twin cherries ever clung,
Closer than his heart and mine.
"Separation" by Nora Pembroke
"Then rest you merry, through heat and cold,
Sweet lips of cherry, sweet heart of gold;
Yet Gold-Heart surely shall come some day
To cry for gray wings to fly away,
Moirín, Moirín!"
"Gold-Heart" by Nora Jane Hopper Chesson
In cherry trees the robins sang
Their sweetest carol to your ear,
And shouts of merry children rang
Out on the dewy atmosphere,
But to my heart there came a pang
That my salute you did not hear.
"Supplicating" by Hattie Howard
Of all the trees in the orchard the cherry tree's the best,
For deep amid its branches, like a blithe heart in its breast,
There lilts a hidden blackbird and he's singing to his dear,
And who would grudge their cherries so sweet a song to hear?
"The Blackbird" by Nora Jane Hopper Chesson

In news:

For example, I shared cherries from an orchard stand and was treated to an account of the Neale family's "black heart" cherry harvest.
With the John Cougar Mellencamp song " Cherry Bomb ," our hearts were really thumping.
Spotted through a long line of cherry trees is a big feathered symbol of where Delilah 's heart truly lies.
"Naked Heart Shaped Ravioli" Served on a Warm Bed of the Sweetest, Juiciest Orange Cherry Tomatoes with Lacinato Kale.
"Naked Heart Shaped Ravioli " Served on a Warm Bed of the Sweetest, Juiciest Orange Cherry Tomatoes with Lacinato Kale.
Along with their own compositions, the band offers their renditions of work by Suicide ("Dream Baby Dream"), Ornette Coleman ("What Reason"), The Stooges ("Dirt"), and Don Cherry ("Golden Heart").