Recent Examples of strawberry from the Web
For farmers such as Andy McDonald, who grows strawberries near Plant City, Florida, there’s only so much that can be done to prepare for the damage.
Shochu — not to be confused with Korean spirit soju — is found in many forms on the Kizuki menu, but the most popular is Yu's shochu sangria infused with lime and strawberries.
Nice strawberries can fetch several dollars apiece in some markets, and a sublime cubic watermelon can go for hundreds.
Raspberries, blackberries, goji berries, strawberries, and avocados started thriving right away.
But there were no women on the boat, just a grumpy captain grousing about frozen strawberries.
Katelyn Kitchens is a 5-year-old white girl with blue eyes and strawberry or blonde hair.
But the Bio-K fermented strawberry probiotic drink?
Which means that somewhere there exists a pizza place that not only has strawberries on hand (???), but is willing to put them on pizza and bake them into this resultant Internet-destroying mess.
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Origin and Etymology of strawberry
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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