a spruce, Picea mariana, of North America, having bluish-green leaves and grayish-brown bark.
the light, soft wood of this tree.
a coniferous tree, Picea mariana, of the northern regions of North America, growing mostly in cold bogs and having dark green needles Also called spruce pine
a fox squirrel or gray squirrel in that color phase in which the fur is black.
a disease of plants, characterized by blackened stems and defoliation, caused by any of several fungi, as Ascochyta imperfecta or Mycosphaerella lethalis.
Sir William, 1723–80, English jurist and writer on law. a river in S Massachusetts, flowing SE across NE Rhode Island to Pawtucket. About 40 miles (64 km) long. Contemporary Examples Bridgewater May Be the Hottest Hedge Fund for Harvard Grads, but It’s Also the Weirdest Daniel Gross March 6, 2013 Struggling PC Maker Dell Might […]
molasses remaining after maximum extraction of sugar from the raw product, used chiefly as a constituent of cattle feed and as a source of ethyl alcohol. plural noun (functioning as sing) the molasses remaining after the maximum quantity of sugar has been extracted from the raw material