This practice would be less problematic if he was actually lavishing his charges with vanilla, chocolate, or strawberry.
He loved that idea, and suggested a potluck dinner of sushi and strawberry smoothies and readings from our favorite books.
The town is also recognized internationally for its Ponchatoula strawberry Festival.
I make a fruit juice smoothie every morning with kale, strawberry, banana, and yogurt.
Kage's friend, a strawberry blond who landed a small part, sent me a plaintive email from the set last week.
Then he makes his way to strawberry Hill and listens to its master describing his possession.
There were wild geraniums, too, and a thousand white blossoms of the strawberry.
My dear Pontifex, you have already offered a strawberry festival which Mrs. Rossmore has been unable to accept.
Then pour in a strawberry or any other cream (see strawberry Cream).
The writer will be glad to co-operate with the growers, if they find the presence of the weevil in their strawberry beds.
Old English streawberige, from streaw "straw" (see straw) + berige "berry" (see berry). There is no corresponding compound in any other Germanic language; the reason for the name is uncertain, but perhaps it is in reference to the tiny chaff-like external seeds which cover the fruit. A cognate Old English name was eorðberge "earth-berry" (cf. Modern German erdbeere). Strawberry blonde is attested from 1884.
To stick someone with a responsibility or burden: 16 and strapped with a baby