She also recommends the banana split shake: strawberry, chocolate, and a mashed banana.
This practice would be less problematic if he was actually lavishing his charges with vanilla, chocolate, or strawberry.
The town is also recognized internationally for its Ponchatoula strawberry Festival.
He loved that idea, and suggested a potluck dinner of sushi and strawberry smoothies and readings from our favorite books.
Every week he tried something new: banana, blueberry, strawberry, combinations, you name it.
Then he makes his way to strawberry Hill and listens to its master describing his possession.
The strawberry, who had been examining the ground, said, “Here is her foot again.”
My dear Pontifex, you have already offered a strawberry festival which Mrs. Rossmore has been unable to accept.
The strawberry is no more a plagiarist than the smilax, nor the grape than the nettle.
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