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blow a strawberry

To make a sputtering noise by pressing the tongue and lips together. It can be used to express either real or faux contempt, mockery, or displeasure, or as a playful gesture toward babies or young children, who may repeat it. It is more often called a "raspberry." Jacqueline quickly blew a strawberry at Dave after he made fun of her new haircut. Tara loves hearing her baby boy giggle when she blows strawberries on his tummy.
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strawberry

n. a pimple from drinking excessively. (see also toddy blossom.) His disability made itself manifest by the occasional strawberry.
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To prevent sogginess and preserve flavor, rinse strawberries with their caps attached.
Today, ever-increasing productivity by the strawberry industry has made strawberries readily available all year round.
At the ARS Fruit Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland, these scientists are breeding disease-resistant plants that produce bigger, better tasting strawberries that are easier for farmers and home gardeners to grow.
Chocolate Strawberry Affair Creation -- Chocolate Dipped Strawberry ice cream mixed with strawberries, chocolate shavings and strawberry puree.
Bag-o had planned to keep the strawberries for his family's consumption, but neighbors pleaded to buy some.
My kids like fresh strawberry shake so I use to buy strawberries frequently from the market , she said.
Nothing says summer like a bowl of delicious juicy strawberries and with a relatively mild and wet winter, this year is predicted to produce a bumper crop of even sweeter and juicier strawberries than usual.
A MIDLAND farm which produces strawberries is hoping to make it game, set and match during Wimbledon fortnight.
We have always known that strawberries are bought on impulse -- more than 60 percent -- based on how they look in the store.
SUMMER means strawberries and there are loads of different things to do with them.
The first fruits of the summer, homegrown strawberries are a thousand times tastier than the hard, flavorless supermarket options.
Wimbledon is, of course, synonymous with many things, apart from the downpours and dragging on of the covers; the all-white dress code, the smart line judges and umpires in their purple and green blazers, the queues snaking around SW19 in the hope of a rare ticket, the glass of Pimms and of course, the strawberries and cream.
For strawberry cream, place half the strawberries into a food processor and blend to a smooth pure.
M Y STRAWBERRIES are coming on a treat in the garden, and here is a wonderful dessert that would grace any dining table and show off those wonderful British strawberries.
The 25th annual Oxnard strawberry festival kicks off today with an expected record crop and the sweetest strawberries in years.