The difference between blueberry and jamun
is that "blueberry" is an edible round berry, belonging to the cowberry group , with flared crowns at the end, that turns blue on ripening and "jamun" is synonym of jambul.
- (countable) An edible round berry, belonging to the cowberry group (Vaccinium sect. Cyanococcus), with flared crowns at the end, that turns blue on ripening.
- (countable) The shrub of the above-mentioned berry.
- (countable and uncountable) A dark blue colour.
- To gather or forage for blueberries.
- We blueberried on an open flat beside the river. The ground was covered with great frosted blue globules, sweet and warm in the sunshine.
- The “white longlegged, long-necked bird” seen by your Ayer reader while she was blueberrying on the shore of a pond was either the Little Blue Heron in white phase or immature, […]
- They had not passed again in the surrey going to the Forks, nine miles away, and none of the girls had been blueberrying among the bushes at the edge of the woods.
- Sarah and I have been blueberrying together off and on since the summer of ’64. This morning, armed with our pots and pans, we went out and picked two quarts of wild berries and then came home and made a cake.
- Pointy fraise de bois went through it all with undiminished generosity and the picking was fine, for the birds were off blueberrying and taking the late raspberries just as they ripened.
- On some of the richest days, when a moose stalks by or a bear is blueberrying or munching hazelnuts outside, I think of my house as a bathysphere suspended in the wilderness.
- “Come, Aunt Flo. I’ll show you where we go blueberrying. Last year we got almost a bushel of berries, and Papa says they should be ripe now.”
- We decided to go blueberrying one day up in our hills. We grabbed our blueberry cans, hitched them to our belts, and headed for the blueberries.