a heavy, tar-coated paper used as a waterproofing material in building construction.
noun 1. a protective covering of canvas or other material waterproofed with tar, paint, or wax. 2. a hat, especially a sailor’s, made of or covered with such material. 3. Rare. a sailor. noun 1. a heavy hard-wearing waterproof fabric made of canvas or similar material coated with tar, wax, or paint, for outdoor use […]
noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a vestal virgin who betrayed Rome to the Sabines and was crushed under their shields when she claimed a reward. noun 1. (in Roman legend) a vestal virgin, who betrayed Rome to the Sabines and was killed by them when she requested a reward
[tahr-pee-uh n] /tɑrˈpi ən/ noun 1. a rock on the Capitoline Hill in Rome, from which criminals and traitors were hurled. Tarpeian Rock /tɑːˈpiːən/ noun 1. (in ancient Rome) a cliff on the Capitoline hill from which traitors were hurled
noun 1. seepage of natural tar or asphalt, especially an accumulation that has acted as a natural trap into which animals have fallen and sunk and had their bones preserved.