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Synonyms for cherry

wood of any of various cherry trees especially the black cherry

a red the color of ripe cherries

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of a color at the end of the color spectrum (next to orange)

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In fact, it was years before I realised cherries came from a tree with stalks as well as from a can, but I still remember that first proper taste.
This year British growers are set to produce around 6,500 tonnes of cherries double to what was picked in the UK last year and the highest amount for nearly 50 years.
The fruit farmers in Kandyali and Narkanda area in Shimla are now receiving Rs 30-100 for a box of 1 kg cherries, which is in stark contrast to the rate of Rs 300-600 per kg from the previous years.
Cherries are full of vitamins and minerals such as vitamin A, folic acid, calcium and potassium.
Cherries are a potent source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds.
There are several varieties of tart cherries (Prunus cerasus), including Morello, amarelle, and Montmorency.
In 2018, the export of Uzbek cherries may grow to 36,000-38,000 tons.
And, perhaps you have seen the symbol of the night club, Pacha, in Ibiza, which is two ripe, Pop-art cherries? The marketing message isn't subtle.
The maraschino cherry has come of age, thanks to officials at Twisted Cherries, LLC, who have introduced a line of alcohol-infused cherries to the market.
Taking her obsession with cherries to the next level, Katy Perry baked the world's 'best cherry pie' in New York City's Times Square.
1 Cherries contain compounds called anthocyanins, which seem to be highly effective in treating gout, a condition that causes painful swelling in joints.
CHERRIES are now ripe for the picking and Rosie Birkett says they are a great way to add a taste of summer to recipes.
From savoury dishes like chicken curry to delicious desserts like cakes, juices and chilled soups for summers, there are many ways to use cherries in our food.
If life really is a bowl of cherries, we'd better start saving up to pay for them.
The co-op is the largest grower-processor of sweet cherries in the world and produces dried fruit, canned cherries, and fresh cherries.