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bakeapple

(ˈbeɪkˌæpəl)
n
(Plants) Canadian the fruit of the cloudberry

bake•ap•ple

(ˈbeɪkˌæp əl)
n.
Canadian. cloudberry.
[1775–85]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bakeapple - creeping raspberry of north temperate regions with yellow or orange berriesbakeapple - creeping raspberry of north temperate regions with yellow or orange berries
raspberry, raspberry bush - 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
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In 1994 Omohundro observed that bakeapple pickers in Labrador could earn several thousand dollars in a season.
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The lichen-and moss-covered cliffs were as soft as pillows underfoot, and to our surprise, we found blue flag irises, ivory mushrooms, bakeapple blossoms and Labrador tea plants growing like weeds (2002).
How about cods' tongues with scrunchions (small pork cracklings), or chutney made from bakeapple, a marsh berry locals insist tastes wonderful but smells of feet?
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What's Lost The Labrador coastline is a spill of islands, salt-shaker tumble of stone, a cartographer's nightmare - on the coastal boat 50 years ago the third mate marked his location after dark by the outline of a headland against the stars, the sweetly acrid smell of bakeapples blowing off a stretch of bog to port or starboard, navigating without map or compass where hidden shoals shadow the islands like the noise of hammers echoed across a valley.
Admittedly, when large expanses are covered, in the case of searching for bakeapples or cranberries, men often do come along.