a plain-woven, coarse fabric of jute, hemp, or the like; gunny.
a lightweight fabric made in imitation of this.
to wrap with burlap:
to burlap and tie a newly dug tree.
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a coarse fabric woven from jute, hemp, or the like
large in bodily size; stout; sturdy. bluff; brusque. Contemporary Examples Andrew Cuomo Can’t Ignore It Now: He’s Weak Even at Home David Freedlander September 9, 2014 Mandela, My Source: One Journalist’s Memory of Clandestine Meetings Benjamin Pogrund December 5, 2013 Canada’s Subversive Sock Puppet: Ed the Sock Isn’t Afraid to Say Anything Soraya Roberts November […]
a member of the dominant ethnic group of Burma, living mainly in the lowlands of the Irrawaddy and Chindwin River drainages and the S panhandle. Burmese (def 1). of or relating to the Burmans as an ethnic group. Burmese (def 4). Historical Examples A Civil Servant in Burma Herbert Thirkel White On the Irrawaddy G. […]
any of various composite plants of the genus Bidens, especially those having conspicuous yellow flowers. noun any plant of the genus Bidens that has yellow flowers and pointed fruits that cling to fur and clothing: family Asteraceae (composites) Also called beggar-ticks, sticktight
any of several plants belonging to the genera Sanguisorba and Poterium, of the rose family, having pinnate leaves and dense heads of small flowers. Sir (Frank) Macfarlane [muh k-fahr-luh n] /məkˈfɑr lən/ (Show IPA), 1899–1985, Australian physician: Nobel Prize in Physiology 1960. Historical Examples Carry On! Herbert Strang Make or Break Oliver Optic Encyclopaedia Britannica, […]