a freight boat built for use on canals.
a worker on a canal boat, especially one that formerly plied the Erie Canal.
any of several Old World finches of the genus Serinus, especially S. canaria (common canary) native to the Canary Islands and often kept as a pet, in the wild being greenish with brown streaks above and yellow below and in domesticated varieties usually bright yellow or pale yellow. Also called canary yellow. a light, clear […]
a cylindrical, unlighted buoy used as a channel marker. Historical Examples The Seiners James B. (James Brendan) Connolly noun (nautical) a buoy with a flat-topped cylindrical shape above water, marking the left side of a channel leading into a harbour: red in British waters but green (occasionally black) in US waters Compare nun buoy
a lively high kicking dance that came into vogue about 1830 in Paris and after 1844 was used as an exhibition dance. Historical Examples The Nuttall Encyclopaedia Edited by Rev. James Wood The Pomp of the Lavilettes, Complete Gilbert Parker Marse Henry (Vol. 2) Henry Watterson San-Cravate; or, The Messengers; Little Streams Charles Paul de […]
Pathology. a malignant and invasive growth or tumor, especially one originating in epithelium, tending to recur after excision and to metastasize to other sites. any disease characterized by such growths. any evil condition or thing that spreads destructively; blight. genitive Cancri [kang-kree] /ˈkæŋ kri/ (Show IPA). (initial capital letter) Astronomy. the Crab, a zodiacal constellation […]