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cackleberry Syllabification: cack·le·ber·ry
Pronunciation: /ˈkakəlˌberē/

Definition of cackleberry in English:

noun (plural cackleberries)

humorous
A hen’s egg.
Example sentences
  • I think I am gonna get me some cackleberries and bacon and another mug of jumpstart and get caloried up to go think about doing some work today.
  • ‘You want me to check the chicken house for some cackleberries?’
  • Joh became a nurse and one day, while feeding an elderly patient breakfast an orderly asked her to toss him a ‘cackleberry’.

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