Cherry Plural, What is the Plural of Cherry?

Meaning: a small, soft round stone fruit that is typically bright or dark red.

Plural of CHERRY

Singular Plural
Cherry Cherries

Synonyms of CHERRY

  • hymen
  • maidenhood

Cherry as a Singular Noun in Example Sentences:

  1. She plucked a ripe cherry from the tree.
  2. The juice from the burst cherry stained her fingers.
  3. A sweet cherry pie was served for dessert.
  4. I added a cherry on top of the sundae.
  5. The basket was filled with fresh cherries.
  6. She enjoyed the tartness of a sour cherry.
  7. The ice cream had swirls of cherry
  8. I love the burst of flavor from a maraschino cherry.
  9. The market sells both red and black cherries.
  10. The smoothie was garnished with a plump cherry.

Cherry as a Plural Noun in Example Sentences:

  1. They picked a basket of ripe cherries from the orchard.
  2. We made a delicious pie with fresh cherries.
  3. The trees were laden with juicy red cherries.
  4. She ate a handful of sweet, succulent cherries.
  5. The market had a sale on imported cherries.
  6. The recipe called for two cups of pitted cherries.
  7. I enjoyed a bowl of ice cream topped with fresh cherries.
  8. They sold cherry preserves made from local cherries.
  9. She used frozen cherries to make a smoothie.
  10. The dessert buffet had a variety of chocolate-covered cherries.

Singular Possessive of Cherry

The singular possessive form of “Cherry” is “Cherry’s”.

Examples of Singular Possessive Form of Cherry:

  1. Cherry’s color is bright and vibrant.
  2. I love the taste of Cherry’s juice.
  3. Cherry’s sweetness is irresistible.
  4. The baker used Cherry’s for the pie.
  5. The farmer harvested Cherry’s from the orchard.
  6. Cherry’s aroma filled the kitchen.
  7. Cherry’s texture is smooth and juicy.
  8. The recipe called for Cherry’s pit removal.
  9. The grocery store sells fresh Cherry’s.
  10. Cherry’s season is during the summer.

Plural Possessive of Cherry

The plural possessive form of “Cherry” is “Cherries'”.

Examples of Plural Possessive Form of Cherry:

  1. The bowl was filled with ripe cherries’.
  2. The baker used fresh cherries’ for the cake.
  3. Cherries’ flavor pairs well with chocolate.
  4. We need to remove the stems from cherries’.
  5. The farmers harvested the ripe cherries’.
  6. Cherries’ color can range from red to black.
  7. The pie recipe called for pitting the cherries’.
  8. The market sells organic cherries’.
  9. Cherries’ sweetness adds a delightful touch to desserts.
  10. The jar contained preserved cherries’.

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Last updated on June 8th, 2023 at 05:33 pm