Sir John, 1753–1837, English architect.
Sir John. 1753–1837, British architect. His work includes Dulwich College Art Gallery (1811–14) and his own house in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London (1812–13), which is now the Sir John Soane’s Museum
noun 1. a Chilean tree, Quillaja saponaria, of the rose family, having evergreen leaves and small, white flowers. 2. the inner bark of this tree, used as a substitute for soap. noun 1. Also called quillai. a W South American rosaceous tree, Quillaja saponaria, with undivided evergreen leaves and small white flowers 2. Also called […]
noun, plural soapberries. 1. the fruit of any of certain tropical or subtropical trees of the genus Sapindus, especially S. saponaria, used as a substitute for soap. 2. the tree itself. noun (pl) -ries 1. any of various chiefly tropical American sapindaceous trees of the genus Sapindus, esp S. saponaria (or S. marginatus), having pulpy […]
noun 1. the plant family Sapindaceae, characterized by chiefly tropical trees, shrubs, or herbaceous vines having compound leaves, clustered flowers, and berrylike, fleshy, or capsular fruit, and including the balloon vine, golden rain tree, litchi, and soapberry.
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noun 1. a manufacturer of soap