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briarwood

[brahy-er-woo d]
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noun
  1. brierwood.
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brierwood

or bri·ar·wood

[brahy-er-woo d]
noun
  1. brierroot.
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Origin of brierwood

First recorded in 1865–70; brier2 + wood1
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Examples from the Web for briarwood

Historical Examples

  • We haven't forgotten what they did to us, when we first landed at Briarwood Hall.

    Ruth Fielding and the Gypsies

    Alice B. Emerson

  • "Herself" was Tony's wife, who was the cook at Briarwood Hall.

  • It isn't what I get to eat at Briarwood that makes me fat—that's sure.

  • "We are graduates of Briarwood Hall," Helen said, with pride.

    Ruth Fielding At College

    Alice B. Emerson

  • Let's show these pussy girls what it means to have trained at Briarwood.

    Ruth Fielding At College

    Alice B. Emerson