Definition of waxberry in English:

waxberry

Syllabification: wax·ber·ry
Pronunciation: /ˈwaksˌberē
 
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noun (plural waxberries)

A shrub with berries that have a waxy coating, in particular a bayberry or wax myrtle.
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  • Yesterday, a group of us went up to the mountains to pick waxberries, which are a local delicacy.
  • It can also help relieve us from fatigue, summer heat, and rheumatism when it is made into waxberry wine.
  • Cherries, nectarines, peaches, waxberries and Chinese gooseberries are planted at the base.

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