a long-barreled muzzleloading flintlock rifle developed near Lancaster, Pa., in the early 18th century and widely used on the frontier.
noun 1. a wood warbler, Oporornis formosus, of the U.S., olive-green above, yellow below, and marked with black on the face.
noun, Slang. 1. a method of correcting for windage, gravity, etc., by aiming a weapon to one side of the target instead of by adjusting the sights.
[kent-woo d] /ˈkɛntˌwʊd/ noun 1. a city in W Michigan.
- Kenwood house
/ˈkɛnwʊd/ noun 1. a 17th-century mansion on Hampstead Heath in London: remodelled and decorated by Robert Adam: contains the Iveagh bequest, a noted art collection