a lake in S Canada and the N United States, between N Minnesota and Ontario and Manitoba provinces. 1485 sq. mi. (3845 sq. km).
[woo dz] /wʊdz/
Eldrick [el-drik] /ˈɛl drɪk/ (Show IPA), (“Tiger”) born 1975, U.S. professional golfer.
Lake of the. .
closely packed trees forming a forest or wood, esp a specific one
another word for backwoods (sense 2)
the woodwind instruments in an orchestra See also wood1 (sense 8)
(informal) neck of the woods, an area or locality: a quiet neck of the woods
Lake of the Woods, See Lake of the Woods
Tiger, real name Eldrick Woods. born 1975, US golfer: youngest US Masters champion and first Black golfer to win a major championship; winner of the US Masters (1997, 2001–02, 2005), US Open (2000, 2002, 2008), British Open Championship (2000, 2005–06), and the PGA Championship (1999, 2000, 2006-07); in 2001 he became the only player to hold all four major titles at once
a lake in N central North America, mostly in W Northern Ontario, Canada: fed chiefly by the Rainy River; drains into Lake Winnipeg by the Winnipeg River; many islands; tourist region. Area: 3846 sq km (1485 sq miles)
noun 1. a town in NE New York, in the Adirondack Mountains: resort.
plural noun 1. the poets Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Southey: so called from their residence in the Lake District. plural noun 1. the English poets Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Southey, who lived in and drew inspiration from the Lake District at the beginning of the 19th century
[leyk-pawrt, -pohrt] /ˈleɪkˌpɔrt, -ˌpoʊrt/ noun 1. a city located on the shore of a , especially one of the Great Lakes.
[ley-ker] /ˈleɪ kər/ noun 1. a person associated with a , as a resident, visitor, or worker. 2. a ship designed for navigating on , especially the Great Lakes. 3. a fish found in or caught in a , especially the . 4. (initial capital letter) any one of the Lake Poets. /ˈleɪkə/ noun 1. […]