Definition of Sand berry

1. Noun. Evergreen mat-forming shrub of North America and northern Eurasia having small white flowers and red berries; leaves turn red in autumn.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sand Berry

sanctum santorum
sanctums
sanctus
sanctus bell
sand
sand-art
sand-blind
sand-crack
sand-grouse
sand-martin
sand art
sand badger
sand bar
sand bars
sand bath
sand berry (current term)
sand blackberry
sand bodies
sand boil
sand box
sand boxes
sand cast
sand cat
sand cats
sand cherry
sand crab
sand crack
sand cricket
sand dab
sand devil's claw

Literary usage of Sand berry

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1. Lower Peninsula, 1896-1900 by Michigan Geological Survey (1900)
"T. & G. sand berry. Stream banks. dunes. 63. Amelanchier Canadensis. Torr. and Gray. Var. (?), oblongifolia. T. & G. Common on sand dunes. ..."

2. Prince George's County by Jay Allan Bonsteel, William Henry Alexander, Benjamin Le Roy Miller, Frederick Haynes Newell, Louis Agricola Bauer, Fred Wilson Besley (1911)
"... far recognized in the Magothy arc leaf impressions in the drab clays that occur in thin lamina? alternating with layers of sand. Berry> has recorded ..."

3. Injurious Insects: How to Recognize and Control Them by Walter Collins O'Kane (1912)
"Winter is passed by the caterpillar in a silk Fio. 503.—Work of the Cran- cocoon in the sand, berry Fruit-worm. ..."

4. A Report on the Iron Ores of Missouri: From Field Work Prosecuted During the by Frank Lewis Nason (1892)
"... 134 IKON ORES OF MISSOURI. the removal of the limestone reaches a point where the sand- berry ..."

5. Daniel Sweetland by Eden Phillpotts (1906)
"I take my walks on moony nights and see de great cock turtle making a fuss and de ladies laying dar eggs in de sand. Berry good soup—but Jesse ..."

6. Lower Peninsula, 1896-1900 by Michigan Geological Survey (1900)
"T. & G. sand berry. Stream banks. dunes. 63. Amelanchier Canadensis. Torr. and Gray. Var. (?), oblongifolia. T. & G. Common on sand dunes. ..."

7. Prince George's County by Jay Allan Bonsteel, William Henry Alexander, Benjamin Le Roy Miller, Frederick Haynes Newell, Louis Agricola Bauer, Fred Wilson Besley (1911)
"... far recognized in the Magothy arc leaf impressions in the drab clays that occur in thin lamina? alternating with layers of sand. Berry> has recorded ..."

8. Injurious Insects: How to Recognize and Control Them by Walter Collins O'Kane (1912)
"Winter is passed by the caterpillar in a silk Fio. 503.—Work of the Cran- cocoon in the sand, berry Fruit-worm. ..."

9. A Report on the Iron Ores of Missouri: From Field Work Prosecuted During the by Frank Lewis Nason (1892)
"... 134 IKON ORES OF MISSOURI. the removal of the limestone reaches a point where the sand- berry ..."

10. Daniel Sweetland by Eden Phillpotts (1906)
"I take my walks on moony nights and see de great cock turtle making a fuss and de ladies laying dar eggs in de sand. Berry good soup—but Jesse ..."

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