Definition of wild cherry in English:

wild cherry

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noun

Another term for gean.
More example sentences
  • Mountain ash, red cedar, staghorn sumac, mulberries, wild grapes, elderberries and wild cherries offer a variety of sizes, shapes and species for the birds' feeding, hiding, courting and nesting - and for our esthetic pleasure.
  • And all the while Dr Biswell and the Apparitional Gamekeeper have been planting in the wood several silver birch trees and also some rowans and wild cherries up beside the horses' field.
  • North Londoner Mark Reddy from Muswell Hill bought his woodland in Cobham, Kent four years ago and has transformed the 14 acre plot of sycamore, maple, wild cherry and oak trees into a haven for his wife and two sons.

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