Examples of cherry in a Sentence
The kitchen cabinets are made of cherry.
Recent Examples of cherry from the Web
But the cherry on top of the night was the after-after-party across the way at Le Bain, which lasted well into the wee hours.
Well, the National Park Service announced today the cherry blossoms in Washington are at peak bloom just now.
Winter is stretching into spring this year Actual snow on the ground Forecast maximum for Saturday Source: National Weather Service The storm could also coat Washington’s cherry blossoms with snow Saturday.
Along with robins and cherry blossoms, one of the harbingers of spring is the Kansas City Chorale’s concert at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art the day before Easter.
The cherry blossoms were also one of Fairchild’s triumphs, but not for their economic potential.
Disney Springs' Morimoto Asia will celebrate the blooming of cherry blossoms this spring with a month-long festival.
In fact, every spring and summer, Michigan's farmers rent bees by the truckload — because there aren't enough bees to do so naturally — to make sure that their apple, peach, blueberry and cherry blossoms are properly pollinated.
And even well beyond the peak period, D.C. will host events in honor of the cherry blossoms.
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Origin and Etymology of cherry
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
CHERRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cherry for English Language Learners
: a small round fruit that is usually red or black
: a tree on which this fruit grows
: the wood of a cherry tree
CHERRY Defined for Kids
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