Blueberry definitions

blo͝o'bĕr'ē
Any of a genus (Vaccinium) of shrubs of the heath family, bearing small, edible, blue-black berries with tiny seeds and a whitish, waxy bloom.
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Any of these berries.
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A usually blue-gray spherule that is found in soil and sedimentary rock and is rich in hematite, produced by the weathering of rock or by precipitation from rock by moving groundwater.
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An edible round berry, belonging to the cowberry group (Vaccinium sect. Cyanococcus), with flared crowns at the end, that turns blue on ripening.
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Of a dark blue colour.
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Any of various plants of the genus Vaccinium, having white to reddish, urn-shaped or tubular flowers and edible blue to blue-black berries, especially the highbush blueberry and the lowbush blueberry.
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The fruit of any of these plants.
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The shrub of the above-mentioned berry.
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A dark blue colour.

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To gather or forage for blueberries.
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Origin of blueberry

blue +‎ berry