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coralberry

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noun cor·al·ber·ry \-ˌber-ē, -ˌbe-rē\

Definition of coralberry

  1. :  a North American dwarf shrub (Symphoricarpos orbiculatus) that bears clusters of small flowers succeeded by red or white berries



Circa 1859

First Known Use of coralberry

circa 1859

Rhymes with coralberry

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