[tang-guh l-woo d]
- See under Lenox.
- a town in W Massachusetts, in the Berkshire Hills: a former estate (Tanglewood) in the area is the site of annual summer music festivals.
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Examples from the Web for tanglewood
In summer, enjoy outdoor concerts at Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.Get Cultured on Your Weekend Getaway: Best Trips for Art Lovers
Condé Nast Traveler
January 19, 2014
Judge Merlin did not come to Tanglewood as usual this summer.
He was the same Jim who used to wait on the table at Tanglewood.
Its banks are fringed with a tanglewood of willows, shrubs, trees, and clambering vines.The Harris-Ingram Experiment
Charles E. Bolton
There, too, was Tanglewood, which they had hitherto thought such an important apex of the world.
Thus reunited, the whole party went down through Luther Butler's orchard, and made the best of their way home to Tanglewood.