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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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Ben, bouncing across the grass with Brownie at his heels, and seeing the kitten dragging the knitting by a lengthening line of wool, shouted and clapped his hands; Brownie barked, the kitten, desperate, jumped on the tea-table and upset the milk, then jumped down again and swept half the cherries with it; and Ben, snatching up the half-knitted sock-top, fitted it over the kitten's head as a new source of madness, while Letty arriving cried out to her mother against this cruelty--it was a history as full of sensation as "This is the house that Jack built.
Cherries in enormous bunches were hanging everywhere over our heads.
The actual scene, however, is cheerful enough on this early summer day--a symphony, as we said, in cherries and goldfinches, in which the higher valleys of the Cevennes abound.
I could have fancied, amid the quivering of the great bunches of fruit, that they were cherries on the wing.
The bush of wild cherries behind the elm tree was in full bloom and had not yet begun to shed its blossoms, and the nightingales--one quite near at hand and two or three others in the bushes down by the river--burst into full song after some preliminary twitters.
She was pure, it was true, as he had never dreamed of purity; but cherries stained her lips.
It's more likely it's been the robins took your cherries.
and when Gerda had told her everything, and asked her if she had not seen little Kay, the woman answered that he had not passed there, but he no doubt would come; and she told her not to be cast down, but taste her cherries, and look at her flowers, which were finer than any in a picture-book, each of which could tell a whole story.
On the table stood the most exquisite cherries, and Gerda ate as many as she chose, for she had permission to do so.
The garden at the back was full of flowering cherries and plums.
Kent, sir--everybody knows Kent-- apples, cherries, hops, and women.
Black cherry is widely reported to be the largest of the native cherries and the only native cherry to be considered commercially valuable.
para]]New, firm, and sweet Skylar Rae cherries to appear in select grocery stores nationwide mid-June for four short weeks[[/para]]
2 THEY all tend to fall within three main groups - sweet, sour and the "in-betweens", known as Duke cherries.
Srinagar, July 3 ( ANI ): Cherry farmers in Kashmir valley are expecting a bumper production of cherries this year thanks to the timely rains and abundant snowfall during the winters.