One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A North American blackberry or raspberry with thimble-shaped fruit.
- ‘To add to his challenges, Likes must deal with a high volume of brush such as thimbleberry, twinberry, elderberry, and fireweed.’
- ‘Common in the understory are chokecherry, beaked hazelnut, a wild rose, red baneberry, thimbleberry, and bracken.’
- ‘Cloudberry and thimbleberry are harvested from bogs in Quebec for juice and liqueur production.’
- ‘Delicious, dewy-cold thimbleberries were scattered on top.’
- ‘I've been studying them, wondering at the diet of the bear, how he can sustain himself on grasses and what appear to be shoots of thimbleberry and primeval horsetails.’
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