|wax from berries||Japan wax; Japan tallow|
|any of a number of trees or shrubs; person who is older, born earlier, elderberry, person born earlier, respected adviser, See also: Usage note below, senior member of a church, senior member of a community, superior, tree with purplish-black berries||elder|
|assail somebody or something, baseball warmup routine, capsicum, hollow vegetable, make something lively, pepper game, plant with berries, plant with edible pods, pungent condiments, season with pepper; add pepper, seasoning, sprinkle something around,...||pepper|
|bear berries, fleshy seed-containing fruit, kernel, lobster egg, produce berries; gather or pick berries, search for edible berries, small juicy fruit, type of small fruit; granule; coffee bean||berry|
|berberis, shrub with red berries, type of bush; fruit of this bush||barberry|
|berry of dogberry plant, berry of the dogwood, dogcherry; blundering or stupid official, Dogberry, plant with berries, self-important official||dogberry|
|berry of white currant shrub, shrub producing edible white berries||white currant|
|berry of whortleberry plant, plant related to the whortleberry, plant with edible berries, type of blackberry; blueberry||whortleberry|
|berry of winter cherry plant, Chinese lantern, plant with berries in papery cases||winter cherry|
|berry, shrub with edible berries, small fruit belonging to the group of berries||blueberry|
|black haw, N American shrub with black berries||sheepberry|
|bush with poisonous black berries, deadly nightshade, drug from belladonna, poisonous plant with dark purple berries (also deadly nightshade)||belladonna|
|bushy plant with red autumn color, gas plant, shrub with red berries or foliage||burning bush|
|carrying eggs, with berries||berried|
|Christmas decoration, green plant with yellowish flowers and waxy white berries that grows parasitically on other trees (native to Europe, northern Africa, and Asia), parasitic shrub, plant resembling mistletoe||mistletoe|
|climbing plant with berries||bryony|
|climbing vine having smooth evergreen leaves and dark berries, English ivy, evergreen climbing plant, mountain laurel, plant similar to the ivy||ivy|
|cone bearing evergreen shrub or tree whose berries yield an oil which is used in medicine as a stimulant and diuretic, evergreen plant bearing cones resembling berries, oil from juniper||juniper|
|creeping shrub, edible berry, lingberry, lingonberry, mountain cranberry, red whortleberry, tart red berries||cowberry|
|decorative foliage, evergreen shrub with bright red berries, evergreen shrub with red berries||holly|
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