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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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damsondam‧son /ˈdæmzən/ noun [countable]  HBPDFCHBPa small bitter purple plum
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damsonThe dark red and damson robes were heavy and stifling and they could not possibly be what she was looking for.The ring glittered on its damson pouffe like some intra-uterine device.Colours: purple, navy, damson.It has a lovely old orchard full of damson trees, a paddock with goats and rare sheep and a sunny terrace.Maggie looked for the old damson tree by McCabe's, the crab and wild cherry.In small, nicely made wooden drums there were new potatoes no larger than damsons.His tribe join him, five pairs, in loping flight, then a quick tail-up dive into the damsons.In autumn and winter the cargoes were damsons, tomatoes, marrows, cucumbers, apples, and pears.
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