Noun(1) woody brambles bearing usually red but sometimes black or yellow fruits that separate from the receptacle when ripe and are rounder and smaller than blackberries(2) red or black edible aggregate berries usually smaller than the related blackberries(3) a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt
(1) Her collection for the Spring and Summer includes pin-tucked dresses and skirts in vibrant shades of midnight blue and raspberry pink.(2) Wylie lifted her up and blew a raspberry on her stomach but stopped when he noticed Maddy watching him.(3) She blushed, that deep, mottled raspberry stain fair-skinned girls show, and I left her alone.(4) A metallic purple or raspberry shirt is a perfect complement to a black or gray suit.(5) The lights went out on the board, and a sound reminiscent of a raspberry came from the computer's speakers.(6) Just to use colors, as one example, the current culinary-conversion chart has rose rolling over to raspberry beige becoming biscuit and sienna segueing to cinnamon.(7) Frustrated, I blew a raspberry and flopped haphazardly on the couch to face him.(8) Clare blew a raspberry and stood up(9) a raspberry tweed jacket(10) And it stuck its tongue out and blew a raspberry .(11) Dark berry colours will also be very popular; plum, aubergine, dark raspberry and even chocolate colours.(12) David playfully blew a raspberry on my stomach.(13) Brandon bent down and blew a raspberry on her stomach, causing her to squeal.(14) Forget the pale shades of summer, autumn demands fire and passion, so be bold and brighten up your mood by adding hot pink, raspberry or deep plum shades, all with vinyl gloss, available from Estee Lauder counters this weekend.(15) With light streaming in from the rooflights, the hallway is transformed into the heart of the building, the deep raspberry of the boundary wall reflecting back onto the white plaster to create an unexpected pinkish radiance.(16) He blew a long, loud raspberry , spraying Bob with spittle.