the bubonic plague that occurred in London in 1665 and killed about 15 percent of the city’s population.
noun 1. a semiarid region E of the Rocky Mountains, in the U.S. and Canada. plural noun 1. a vast region of North America east of the Rocky Mountains, extending from the lowlands of the Mackenzie River (Canada), south to the Big Bend of the Rio Grande Grassland prairie region of North America, extending from […]
- Great pond
noun See Big Pond
noun 1. a nation that has exceptional military and economic strength, and consequently plays a major, often decisive, role in international affairs. noun 1. a nation that has exceptional political influence, resources, and military strength
noun, Printing. 1. an 18-point type of a size larger than Columbian, formerly used for Bibles. noun 1. (formerly) a size of printer’s type approximately equal to 18 point