[fuhs-tik] /ˈfʌs tɪk/
the wood of a large, tropical American tree, Chlorophora tinctoria, of the mulberry family, yielding a light-yellow dye.
the tree itself.
any of several other dyewoods.
Also called old fustic. a large tropical American moraceous tree, Chlorophora tinctoria
the yellow dye obtained from the wood of this tree
any of various trees or shrubs that yield a similar dye, esp Rhus cotinus (young fustic), a European sumach
- Old gate
one of the gates in the north wall of Jerusalem, so called because built by the Jebusites (Neh. 3:6; 12:39).
- Old geezer
noun phrase An old man, esp an unpleasant one: Get that old geezer out of here (1897+) Related Terms geezer
noun 1. Chiefly British. a former student at a girl’s school, especially a preparatory school. 2. (used in informal direct address to a woman.) 3. a lively elderly woman. noun 1. (sometimes capitals) (Brit) a female ex-pupil of a school 2. (informal, mainly Brit) noun phrase An old woman; also, a wife (1791+)
- Old-girl network
[ohld-gurl] /ˈoʊldˈgɜrl/ noun 1. an association among women that is comparable to or modeled on an old-boy network.