women’s pants usually made of soft fabric and having full legs gathered at the ankle.
/ˈhɛəsˌteɪl/ noun 1. a species of cotton grass, Eriophorum vaginatum, more tussocky than common cotton grass and having only a single flower head
thicket, a wood in the mountains of Judah where David hid when pursued by Saul (1 Sam. 22:5). It was possibly while he was here that the memorable incident narrated in 2 Sam. 23:14-17, 1 Chr. 11:16-19 occurred. This place has not been identified, but perhaps it may be the modern Kharas, on the borders […]
[hair-woo d] /ˈhɛərˌwʊd/ noun 1. the greenish-gray wood of the sycamore maple, used for making furniture.
- Harewood house
/ˈhɛəwʊd/ noun 1. a mansion near Harrogate in Yorkshire: built 1759–71 by John Carr for the Lascelles family; interior decoration by Robert Adam