noun, plural swanneries.
a place where swans are raised.
noun (pl) -neries
a place where swans are kept and bred
[swonz-kuh m] /ˈswɒnz kəm/ noun 1. a primitive human, Homo sapiens steinheimensis, of the middle Pleistocene Epoch, known from a fossil skull fragment found at Swanscombe, England.
noun 1. the down or under plumage of a swan, used for trimming, powder puffs, etc. 2. a fine, soft, thick woolen cloth. 3. a sturdy cotton flannel with a thickly napped face.
noun 1. a seaport in West Glamorgan, in S Wales. 2. a city in SE Massachusetts. noun 1. a port in S Wales, in Swansea county on an inlet of the Bristol Channel (Swansea Bay); a metallurgical and oil-refining centre; university (1920). Pop: 169 880 (2001) 2. a county of S Wales on the Bristol […]
noun 1. the skin of a swan, with the feathers on. 2. a closely woven twill-weave flannel for work clothes. noun 1. the skin of a swan with the feathers attached 2. a fine twill-weave flannel fabric