an archaeological site in Suffolk, England: a rowing boat, 80 feet (24 meters) long, discovered here and believed to have been buried a.d. c670 by Anglo-Saxons, possibly as a cenotaph in honor of a king.
an archaeological site in Suffolk where a Saxon long boat containing rich grave goods, probably for a 7th century East Anglian king, was found in 1939
- Sutton coldfield
/-ˈkəʊldˌfiːld/ noun 1. a town in central England, in Birmingham unitary authority, West Midlands; a residential suburb of Birmingham. Pop: 105 452 (2001)
1. sealed with a kiss (written at the end of a love letter or on the back of its envelope).
noun, Chiefly Northeastern U.S. 1. a low place in a tract of land, usually moister and often having ranker vegetation than the adjacent higher land. 2. a valleylike intersection of two slopes in a piece of land. noun 1. (mainly US) a moist depression in a tract of land, usually with rank vegetation (as modifier): […]
noun 1. a breed of small hardy sheep kept esp in northern England for its coarse wool which is used for making tweeds and carpets