[œ-zhen] /œˈʒɛn/ (Show IPA), 1849–1906, French painter and lithographer.
All the stragglers who had lagged behind arrived, one after another, excepting the poor Canadian voyageur, carriere.
Astoria Washington Irving
It would be quite possible, as carriere suggests, to distinguish a third type of glands—the mixed type.
The Peaches of New York U. P. Hedrick
Was it he, or carriere who at Arras commanded mothers to stand by while their children were being guillotined?
The Elusive Pimpernel Baroness Emmuska Orczy
noun Dora, known as Carrington. 1893–1932, British painter, engraver, and letter writer; a member of the Bloomsbury Group Peter (Alexander Rupert), 6th Baron. born 1919, British Conservative politician: secretary of state for defence (1970–74); foreign secretary (1979–82); secretary general of NATO (1984–88) Historical Examples Dr. carrington met her at the dining-room door; and his face […]
cariole. a small, open, two-wheeled vehicle. a covered cart. a light, open sleigh pulled by horses or dogs, especially one used in French Canada. Historical Examples To sit properly in a carriole, you should be rather round-shouldered, as its shape is not unlike half a walnut, scooped out. A Yacht Voyage to Norway, Denmark, and […]
dead and putrefying flesh. rottenness; anything vile. feeding on carrion. Contemporary Examples carrion resigned as Bronx borough president to join the Obama administration in Washington. The NYC Mayor’s Race is Tomorrow, Here’s What to Look Out For Ben Jacobs November 3, 2013 Historical Examples It is to the Castle of carrion that we are going, […]
any of the beetles of the family Silphidae that feed on and deposit their eggs in carrion. noun any beetle of the family Silphidae that track carrion by a keen sense of smell See also burying beetle