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black raspberry

noun

Definition of black raspberry

  1. :  a raspberry (Rubus occidentalis) of eastern North America that has a purplish-black fruit and is the source of several cultivated varieties —called also blackcap



Circa 1782

First Known Use of black raspberry

circa 1782

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