Definition of Briarwoods
1. briarwood [n] - See also: briarwood
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Briarwoods
briarwoods (current term)
Literary usage of Briarwoods
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The United Service (1884)
"Briarwood was conscious, sometimes too much so, of a long line of briarwoods behind him, and felt the full force of noblesse oblige; but Grit was fully as ..."
2. Rifle Shots and Bugle Notes: Or, the National Military Album of Sketches of by Joseph A. Joel, Lewis R. Stegman (1883)
"When, as the wind a moment blew Aside the fragrant flood Our briarwoods raised, within our view A tiny tot of six or seven, From fireside fresh she seemed. ..."