ber·​ry·​ish | \ ˈber-ē-ish, ˈbe-rē- \

Definition of berryish

: resembling or suggestive of berries or a berry Though better known for Cabernet than Shiraz, this isolated region yields distinctively crisp, elegant, often peppery Shiraz … distinctive for its berryish flavors.— Harvey Steiman, Wine Spectator, 30 June 1996 … I went for the tamarind juice, a sweet berryish cider made from the fruit of the tropical tree. — Timothy Cahill, Times Union (Albany, New York), 22 May 2003 Jane stared at her with her intent berryish eyes for a long time …— Jude Morgan, Passion, 2006

First Known Use of berryish

1983, in the meaning defined above

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“Berryish.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 30 Sep. 2022.

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