a nearly prostrate evergreen huckleberry shrub, Gaylussacia brachycera, of central to eastern North America, having short clusters of white or pink flowers and blue fruit.
noun any of various highly venomous jellyfishes of the order Cubomedusae, esp Chironex fleckeri, of Australian tropical waters, having a cuboidal body with tentacles hanging from each of the lower corners Also called (Austral) sea wasp
noun (in Britain) a road junction having yellow cross-hatching painted on the road surface. Vehicles may only enter the hatched area when their exit is clear
a keel in the form of a box beam and having internal space for pipes, ballast, etc.
a tailless kite consisting of two or more light, box-shaped frames joined together, covered except at the ends and around the middle. Historical Examples Natural Stability and the Parachute Principle in Aeroplanes W. LeMaitre A Diversity of Creatures Rudyard Kipling The War in the Air; Vol. 1 Walter Raleigh. The Motor Boys in the Clouds […]