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Synonyms for blackberry

large sweet black or very dark purple edible aggregate fruit of any of various bushes of the genus Rubus

bramble with sweet edible black or dark purple berries that usually do not separate from the receptacle

pick or gather blackberries

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My day got better, a lovely honest woman found the crackberry on the floor of the car park and she took it into the BBC reception God bless her
CrackBerry addicts were often a source of distraction at meetings as they thumbed their way through messages.
So, if you are willing to tell us who you are and want to yak real time and avoid the blogosphere, text me on the crackberry, and I'll send you an IM with the skinny for a shout out.
CrackBerry lovers, iPhone haters, CEOs who like to touch
Let's go for a hike, not go answer e-mails on our CrackBerry," he tries to advise the young campgoers.
00 y bore"; mae 60% o berchnogion Blackberry yr Unol Daleithiau yn ebostio efo nhw yn y gwely, 30% o berchnogion Crackberry (be bynnag ydi hwnnw) wedi ei ddefnyddio i yrru ebost tra roedden nhw'n gyrru'r car, a 51% o'r bobl gafodd eu holi ar y we wedi cyfadde y bydden nhw'n ei chael hi'n anodd iawn byw heb eu ffonau symudol.
Crackberry (in various spellings) has been around for a while--nearly as long as the BlackBerry, I would guess--and was just one of several terms that, while not necessarily justifying an entry in the dictionary, are populating the staff's "massive database," including mouse potato, geek chic and Thumb Generation, according to the press release announcing Crackberry's win.
THE mobile email devices are so popular they've been nicknamed the Crackberry by some.
According to CrackBerry, the Z3 is durable and can stand up with constant use.