noun, Southwestern U.S.
[luh-drohn] /ləˈdroʊn/ noun, Southwestern U.S. 1. a thief. [mair-ee-an-uh, mar-, mair-, mar-; Spanish mah-ree-ah-nah] /ˈmɛər iˈæn ə, ˈmær-, ˌmɛər-, ˌmær-; Spanish ˌmɑ riˈɑ nɑ/ noun 1. a group of 15 small islands in the Pacific, E of the Philippines: divided into Guam, a possession of the U.S., and the North Marianas, formally under U.S. trusteeship. […]
[ley-dee] /ˈleɪ di/ noun, plural ladies. 1. a woman who is refined, polite, and well-spoken: She may be poor and have little education, but she’s a real lady. 2. a woman of high social position or economic class: She was born a lady and found it hard to adjust to her reduced circumstances. 3. any […]
noun 1. a small, yellow apple with a red blush, grown as a specialty variety, and used for eating and in commercial canning. noun a type of tiny sweet-tart red or yellow apple Usage Note cooking
noun 1. a white layer cake using only the beaten whites of eggs and spread with a fruitnut filling consisting of raisins, figs, walnuts or pecans, and sometimes candied cherries. noun a three-layer white cake with a filling of nuts and dried fruit, then covered with a fluffy white frosting; cf. Lord Baltimore cake See […]