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sloe,

name applied to the blackthornblackthorn
or sloe,
low, spreading, thorny bush or small tree (Prunus spinosa) of the plum genus of the family Rosaceae (rose family), having black bark, white flowers, and deep blue fruits, usually rather acrid and not much larger than peas.
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 and also to various American wild plums.

sloe

the small sour blue-black fruit of the blackthorn
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In China, plum and sloe consumption expanded at an average annual rate of 3.6% over the period from 2007-2018.
The "Collins" section includes a mix of recipes that don't seem to share any common characteristics at all; the Florida Daiquiri the French 125 and Frog in a Blender (Tequila Sweet Vermouth and Sloe Gin) have not a single ingredient in common nor the use of a Collins glass in every case.
sloe meaning that which is derived from the wild plum,
Political comic Will Durst thinks Bush is making less sense than a polar bear sipping a sloe gin fizz on a lawn chair.
The little girl Rosita renames herself Sloe, for the bitter fruit.
Amounts of money laundered ranged from less than $2,000 to more than sloe million per defendant; about one-fifth of the cases involved more than $1 million.
The award specifically mentioned the company's damson and sloe gin ice cream.
The poet's dilemma--whether to struggle toward the noble cherry tree on the crag or to be content with the sloe bush at his feet--leads to an intricate debate with such figures as Danger, Dreid, Reason, Curage, and Dispaire.
Among the most popular are framboise (raspberry), mirabelle (yellow plum), prunelle (blackthorn or sloe plum) and poire Williams (Bartlett pear).
Take It Sloe Toddy: Pour 50ml sloe gin into a cup gently warm 100ml cloudy juice and 50ml orange juice with two cloves and a cinnamon stick.
The inkyblue sloe - which is a mouthpuckeringly sour wild plum - is the fruit of the blackthorn, the hardy bush armed with spines that thrives on poor soil and in exposed sites.