Also called red-osier dogwood. a North American dogwood, Cornus sericea (or C. stolonifera), having red twigs and branches and white fruits.
any willow having reddish twigs and branches used for basketry or wickerwork.
a North American shrub, Cornus stolonifera, having bright or dark red wood, white flowers, and whitish fruit
any of several willow trees that have red twigs used for basketwork
verb (used with object), redoubled, redoubling. 1. to double; make twice as great: to redouble one’s efforts. 2. to echo or reecho. 3. Bridge. to double the double of (an opponent). 4. to go back over: to redouble one’s footsteps. 5. Archaic. to repeat. verb (used without object), redoubled, redoubling. 6. to be doubled; become […]
noun, Fortification. 1. an isolated work forming a complete enclosure of any form, used to defend a prominent point. 2. an independent earthwork built within a permanent fortification to reinforce it. noun 1. Mount, an active volcano in S Alaska, on the Alaska Peninsula: highest peak in the Aleutian Range. 10,197 feet (3108 meters). noun […]
adjective 1. that is to be feared; formidable. 2. commanding or evoking respect, reverence, or the like. adjective 1. to be feared; formidable 2. worthy of respect
noun 1. an orange to red, heavy, earthy, water-insoluble, poisonous powder, Pb 3 O 4 , obtained by heating litharge in the presence of air: used chiefly as a paint pigment, in the manufacture of glass and glazes, and in storage batteries. noun 1. a bright-red poisonous insoluble oxide of lead usually obtained as a […]