[ingk-ber-ee, -buh-ree] /ˈɪŋkˌbɛr i, -bə ri/
noun, plural inkberries.
Also called gallberry. a shrub, Ilex glabra, having leathery, evergreen leaves and black .
the of either plant.
noun (pl) -ries
a North American holly tree, Ilex glabra, with black berry-like fruits
another name for the pokeweed
the fruit of either of these plants
/ˈɪŋkˌblɒt/ noun 1. (psychol) an abstract patch of ink, one of ten commonly used in the Rorschach test
[ingk-blot] /ˈɪŋkˌblɒt/ noun 1. any of various psychological tests in which varied patterns formed by , are interpreted by the subject.
noun 1. any of several saprotrophic agaricaceous fungi of the genus Coprinus, whose caps disintegrate into a black inky fluid after the spores mature. It includes the shaggy ink-cap (Coprinus comatus), also called lawyer’s wig, a distinctive fungus having a white cylindrical cap covered with shaggy white or brownish scales
- In keeping with
Conforming to, in harmony with, as in The new wing is in keeping with the house’s original architecture, or His actions are not in keeping with his words. This expression uses keeping in the sense of “harmony,” as does its antonym, out of keeping with, as in The funeral arrangements were out of keeping with […]