characteristic of the time of Charles I and II of England:
a Carolean costume.
A Carolean pulpit stood against a pillar, with reading-desk and clerk’s box underneath.
The Parish Clerk (1907) Peter Hampson Ditchfield
Other collectors prefer the term Carolean for a portion of the above period, which is equally misleading.
Chats on Old Furniture Arthur Hayden
The p. 13supposed connexion with the Carolean Chief Justice is more than doubtful.
The Early Life of Mark Rutherford Mark Rutherford
any of various coins issued under monarchs named Charles, especially the broad of Charles I of England. Historical Examples I kept fumbling around in the dark, for I wanted to find carolus. What Happened to Inger Johanne Dikken Zwilgmeyer You are the one to go to New York; you’d make carolus look to his laurels. […]
a former English colony on the Atlantic coast of North America: officially divided into North Carolina and South Carolina in 1729. North Carolina or South Carolina. a city in NE Puerto Rico, SE of San Juan. Also called the Carolinas. North Carolina and South Carolina. Contemporary Examples And with the variety we have at the […]
an aromatic shrub, Calycanthus floridus, of the southern U.S., having hairy, ovate leaves and purplish-brown flowers.
any of the shallow, usually marshy, oval depressions found in the coastal plains of the eastern U.S. that are heavily forested and have rich soil.