See under seaside sparrow.
a species of sparrow, Ammospiza maritima, existing in two subspecies, one (Cape Sable seaside sparrow) having dark olive-drab plumage with a lighter breast and underbelly, and the other (dusky seaside sparrow) having bold black and white markings on the breast and underbelly: the dusky seaside sparrow is almost extinct.
an island in the S Windward Islands, in the SE West Indies: part of the state of St. Vincent and the Grenadines; a member of the former West Indies Associated States. 133 sq. mi. (345 sq. km). a former British colony comprising this island and the N Grenadines. Cape, the SW tip of Portugal: naval […]
a firm, washable leather used especially for gloves, originally made from the skin of goats from the Cape of Good Hope, but now from hairy lambskin or sheepskin. noun a soft leather obtained from the skins of a type of lamb or sheep having hairlike wool adjective made of this leather
noun (South African, informal) South African brandy Historical Examples The Giraffe Hunters Mayne Reid Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland Olive Schreiner Jess H. Rider Haggard A Final Reckoning G. A. Henty Jasper Lyle Harriet Ward The Siege of Kimberley T. Phelan The Giraffe Hunters Mayne Reid The Giraffe Hunters Mayne Reid
Sounion, Cape. Cape, a cape in E central Greece, SE of Athens, at the tip of the Attica peninsula, in W Aegean Sea.