(US) an excl. used to express disbelief or defiance.
|Metropolitan Game Laws 4 Sept. [synd. col.] But who protects the pedestrian? And echo answers razzberries.|
|Wash. Post 25 Jan. SM7: Jargon of the Juveniles Daughter Raspberries.|
|Rampant Age 20: ‘Aw, razzberries – ’ began Paul, but the heavy voice of his father drowned out his protest.|
|Laughing to Keep from Crying 135: I gave her the polite raspberries – after I shut the door.|
|(con. 1916) Tin Lizzie Troop (1978) 136: ‘Raspberries!’ howled Darlington.|
|Pineapple Street 230: ‘Oh raspberries, I’ll call the bakery, ‘ Tilda announced.|