The damson, a small plum, may be safely classed with the Prunus Communis.
It was damson preserve Mrs. Smalley had for supper last night.
If it ain't plum an' apple, it's damson an' apple, which is jest the same only there's more stones in it.
There is a third sort of Plum about the Bigness of the damson.
The damson coloured it, and whatever they used for apple gave it body.
These, and the mulberry, are the most common; next are the bullace and damson.
My heart is fair broken to think o' the cook and Eelen Young makin' a hash of the apple jeely and the damson jam.
So Adelaide washed the damson plums carefully, and with a silver knife slit each one before putting them into the saucepan.
Fruit trees—apple, plum, and damson—were planted; also some roses.
The damson plums Adelaide wiped thoroughly, and pricked each one with a silver fork twice.