William. 1855–1921, British photographer. He invented (with Mortimer Evans) the first practicable motion-picture camera
[free-zhuh n] /ˈfri ʒən/ adjective, noun 1. . 2. Chiefly British. (def 1). /ˈfriːʒən/ noun 1. (Brit) any of several breeds of black-and-white dairy cattle having a high milk yield Usual US and Canadian name Holstein /ˈfriːʒən/ noun, adjective 1. a variant of Frisian
[freez-luh nd; Dutch frees-lahnt] /ˈfriz lənd; Dutch ˈfrisˌlɑnt/ noun 1. a province in the N Netherlands. 1431 sq. mi. (3705 sq. km). Capital: Leeuwarden. /ˈfriːzlənd; Dutch ˈfriːslɑnt/ noun 1. a province of the N Netherlands, on the IJsselmeer and the North Sea: includes four of the West Frisian Islands; flat, with sand dunes and fens […]
[freez] /friz/ noun 1. Architecture. 2. any decorative band at the top or beneath the cornice of an interior wall, a piece of furniture, etc. 3. Furniture. (def 6b). [freez] /friz/ noun 1. a heavy, napped woolen cloth for coats. /friːz/ noun 1. (architect) 2. any ornamental band or strip on a wall /friːz/ noun […]
[free-zing] /ˈfri zɪŋ/ noun 1. carved or painted work formerly decorating the upper parts of the hulls of vessels, especially in the 16th and 17th centuries.