a short, close-fitting jacket, frequently trimmed with fur, worn in the 19th century by women and children.
a man’s close-fitting jacket, having a collar and lapels and reaching just below the waist, worn in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
an English wig of the 18th century.
a large gaff sail used abaft a square-rigged foremast or abaft the mainmast of a ship or bark.
a .52 caliber, lever-action repeating rifle and carbine patented in the U.S. in 1860 and used by the Union army and navy in the Civil War.
Charles, 3rd Earl of Sunderland, 1674–1722, British statesman: prime minister 1718–21.
Herbert, 1820–1903, English philosopher.
[plat] /plæt/ (Show IPA), 1800–64, U.S. calligrapher and teacher of penmanship.
a town in NW Iowa.
a town in central Massachusetts.
a male given name.
a short fitted coat or jacket
a woman’s knitted vest
(nautical) a large loose-footed gaffsail on a square-rigger or barque
Herbert. 1820–1903, English philosopher, who applied evolutionary theory to the study of society, favouring laissez-faire doctrines
Sir Stanley. 1891–1959, English painter, noted esp for his paintings of Christ in a contemporary English setting
1. an inlet of the Indian Ocean, in SE South Australia. 200 miles (322 km) long and 80 miles (129 km) wide. Spencer Gulf noun 1. an inlet of the Indian Ocean in S Australia, between the Eyre and Yorke Peninsulas. Length: about 320 km (200 miles). Greatest width: about 145 km (90 miles)
adjective 1. pertaining to or characteristic of a system of penmanship, characterized by clear, rounded letters slanting to the right. adjective 1. of Herbert Spencer or his philosophy. noun 2. a follower of Herbert Spencer.
adjective 1. available for spending.
noun 1. a person who spends, especially one who habitually spends excessively or lavishly; spendthrift. noun 1. Stephen, 1909–96, English poet and critic. noun 1. a person who spends money in a manner specified: a big spender noun 1. Sir Stephen. 1909–95, English poet and critic, who played an important part in the left-wing literary […]