Definition of Sweetbriars

1. sweetbriar [n] - See also: sweetbriar



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sweetbriars

sweet unicorn plant
sweet vermouth
sweet vetch
sweet violet
sweet wattle
sweet white violet
sweet williams
sweet woodruff
sweet wormwood
sweet young thing
sweetbox
sweetbread
sweetbreads
sweetbriar
sweetbriars (current term)
sweetbrier
sweetbriers
sweetcheeks
sweetcorn
sweetcorns
sweetcure
sweete
sweeted
sweeten
sweeten the pot
sweeten up
sweetened
sweetener
sweeteners

Literary usage of Sweetbriars

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Ruth Fielding in Moving Pictures: Or, Helping the Dormitory Fund by Alice B. Emerson (1916)
"... VII "sweetbriars ALL" "On, dear me!" complained Nettie Parsons, "I never can do it." " 'In the bright Lexicon of Youth, there is no such word as "fail ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1869)
"... and for this purpose there were sent from Edinburgh 3000 laburnums, 2000 sweetbriars, 3000 Scotch elms, 3000 horse-chestnuts, loads of hollies, ..."

3. The Problem of Logic by William Ralph Boyce Gibson, Augusta Klein (1908)
"All sweetbriars are Roses. This is no valid syllogism, though the truth of the conclusion is indisputable ; for the conclusion is not a conclusion from the ..."

4. In My Lady's Garden by I. L. Richmond (1908)
"... which resembles that of a La France rose, a charm which is sometimes lacking in our modern roses, some of the new sweetbriars even being deficient in it ..."

5. In My Lady's Garden by I. L. Richmond (1908)
"... which resembles that of a La France rose, a charm which is sometimes lacking in our modern roses, some of the new sweetbriars even being deficient in it ..."

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