Lashley Lash·ley (lāsh’lē), Karl Spencer. 1890-1958.
American neuropsychologist known for his contributions to the study of localization of brain functions.
noun 1. a rope or cord for lashing together the edges of two flats or other pieces of theatrical scenery.
noun, Nautical. 1. a rail, solidly fixed to the bulwarks of a vessel, to which objects on deck can be lashed.
[lash] /læʃ/ noun 1. an ocean-going vessel equipped with special cranes and holds for lifting and stowing cargo-carrying barges that can be sailed up inland waterways or into port facilities from offshore. /læʃ/ noun 1. a sharp cutting blow from a whip or other flexible object: twenty lashes was his punishment 2. the flexible end […]
[lash-uhp] /ˈlæʃˌʌp/ noun, Informal. 1. a hastily made or arranged device, organization, etc. 2. any improvised arrangement.