[tang-guh l-woo d]


See under Lenox.


[len-uh ks]


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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  • Judge Merlin did not come to Tanglewood as usual this summer.


    Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth

  • He was the same Jim who used to wait on the table at Tanglewood.


    Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth

  • Its banks are fringed with a tanglewood of willows, shrubs, trees, and clambering vines.

  • 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.