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Carr

[ kahr ]
/ kɑr /
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noun
John Dickson, 1906–77, U.S. mystery writer.
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British Dictionary definitions for Carr

carr
/ (kɑː) /

noun
British an area of bog or fen in which scrub, esp willow, has become established

Word Origin for carr

C15: from Old Norse
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