a large fire built in the open air, for warmth, entertainment, or celebration, to burn leaves, garbage, etc., or as a signal.
any fire built in the open.
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a large outdoor fire
a dull, resonant sound, as of a large bell. to produce this sound: The church bell bonged promptly at noon. a type of hookah or water pipe for smoking marijuana or other drugs. Contemporary Examples SNL’s Kim Kardashian Konundrum: Why Nasim Pedrad’s Exit Hurts So Much Jason Lynch September 25, 2014 ‘Silicon Valley’ and the […]
a reddish-brown antelope, Taurotragus eurycerus, of the forests of tropical Africa, having white stripes and large, spirally twisted horns. one of a pair of small tuned drums, played by beating with the fingers. Contemporary Examples Tavi Gevinson: From Teen Fashion Queen to Broadway Star Arabelle Sicardi July 11, 2014 Historical Examples Celebrated Women Travellers of […]
Rosa [roh-zuh;; French raw-za] /ˈroʊ zə;; French rɔˈza/ (Show IPA), (Maria Rosalie Bonheur) 1822–99, French painter. Historical Examples Brooks’s Readers, Third Year Stratton D. Brooks Night and Morning, Complete Edward Bulwer-Lytton Brooks’s Readers, Third Year Stratton D. Brooks Rosa Bonheur Fr. (François) Crastre The Story of the Rome, Watertown, and Ogdensburg RailRoad Edward Hungerford Rosa […]