Also called carrion crow. an American vulture, Coragyps atratus, having a black, bald head and black plumage.
any of several Old World vultures, especially Aegypius monachus, of southern Europe, Asia, and North Africa.
noun vomit containing blood, often a manifestation of disease, such as yellow fever (informal) yellow fever Historical Examples An Epitome of Homeopathic Healing Art B. L. Hill
a hitch made with a rope over a hook so that it holds fast when pulled but is loose otherwise. noun a knot for hooking tackle to the end of a rope, holding fast when pulled but otherwise loose
a tree, Juglans nigra, of North America, having pinnate leaves and dark-brown bark and bearing an edible nut covered by a thick green or brown husk. the nut of this tree. the wood of this tree, valued in furniture-making. Historical Examples Early Western Travels 1748-1846, Volume X Various On the Stairs Henry B. Fuller My […]
a river in N central Alabama, flowing SW past Birmingham to the Tombigbee River. 178 miles (286 km) long.