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Carol Car"ol, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Caroled, or Carolled; p. pr. & vb. n. Caroling, or Carolling.] 1. To praise or celebrate in song. The Shepherds at their festivals Carol her goodness. --Milton. 2. To sing, especially with joyful notes. Hovering swans . . . carol sounds harmonious. --Prior., Carol Car"ol, Carrol Car"rol, n. [OF. carole a sort of circular space, or carol.] (Arch.) A small closet or inclosure built against a window on the inner side, to sit in for study. The word was used as late as the 16th century. A bay window may thus be called a carol. --Parker., Carol Car"ol, n. [OF. carole a kind of dance wherein many dance together, fr. caroler to dance; perh. from Celtic; cf. Armor. koroll, n., korolla, korolli, v., Ir. car music, turn, circular motion, also L. choraula a flute player, charus a dance, chorus, choir.] 1. A round dance. [Obs.] --Chaucer. 2. A song of joy, exultation, or mirth; a lay. The costly feast, the carol, and the dance. --Dryden It was the carol of a bird. --Byron. 3. A song of praise of devotion; as, a Christmas or Easter carol. Heard a carol, mournful, holy. --Tennyson. In the darkness sing your carol of high praise. --Keble. 4. Joyful music, as of a song. I heard the bells on Christmans Day Their old, familiar carol play. --Longfellow.


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- carol may refer to: carol (music), a festive or religious song; historically also a dance. people: carol is a european continental spelling of
- 'carols' is the thirty-fourth single released by ayumi hamasaki . it was released on september 29, 2004. it became her 21st single to
- a christmas carol (also called a noël) is a carol (song or hymn ) whose lyrics are on the theme of christmas or the winter season in
- a carol is in modern parlance a festive song, generally religious but not necessarily connected with church worship, and often with a
- carol ann jackson is a fictional character from the bbc soap opera eastenders , played by lindsey coulson . the character was
- carol creighton burnett (born april 26, 1933) is an american actress, comedian, singer, and writer. show, the carol burnett show , for cbs .
- carol i (20 april 1839 – 27 september (o.s.) / 10 october (n.s.) 1914), born prince karl of hohenzollern-sigmaringen was the ruler of
- carol ii (15 october 1893 4 april 1953) reigned as king of romania from 8 june 1930 until 6 september 1940. eldest son of ferdinand ,
- carol or carol peletier is a fictional character from the comic book series the walking dead and is portrayed by melissa mcbride in the
- hurricane carol was among the worst tropical cyclones on record to affect the new england region of the united states . it developed


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Carol Car"ol, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Caroled, or Carolled; p. pr. & vb. n. Caroling, or Carolling.] 1. To praise or celebrate in song. The Shepherds at their festivals Carol her goodness. --Milton. 2. To sing, especially with joyful notes. Hovering swans . . . carol sounds harmonious. --Prior.


Wiki for carole.

- carole is a feminine given name (see carl for more information). a carole (or corola, in provençal) is a festive song or medieval dance
- carole hudson: carole hudson (romy rosemont ) is finn's widowed mother and kurt's stepmother, and wife to kurt's dad burt. when finn was
- sébastien carole, also known as seb carole, (born 8 september 1982 in pontoise , france) is a french professional footballer , who plays as
- carole caldwell graebner (june 24, 1943 – november 19, 2008) was an american tennis player. according to lance tingay of the daily
- carole emily barrowman (born 20 april 1959 in mount vernon, glasgow , scotland ) is professor of english and director of creative studies
- carole hersee (born 25 november 1958 in redhill, surrey ) is a costume designer who is best known for appearing in the centrepiece of the
- lionel jules carole (born 12 april 1991 in montreuil ) is a french football player who plays for french club troyes in the ligue 2 .
- carole 'cookie' cole (october 17, 1944 – may 19, 2009) was an american actress and music producer as the ceo of king cole productions she
- carole eastman (february 19, 1934 – february 13, 2004) was an american screenwriter . among her credits were screenplays for monte
- carole elizabeth middleton (née goldsmith; born 31 january 1955 is a former air stewardess turned businesswoman, and the mother of



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Carol Car"ol, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Caroled, or Carolled; p. pr. & vb. n. Caroling, or Carolling.] 1. To praise or celebrate in song. The Shepherds at their festivals Carol her goodness. --Milton. 2. To sing, especially with joyful notes. Hovering swans . . . carol sounds harmonious. --Prior., Carol Car"ol, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Caroled, or Carolled; p. pr. & vb. n. Caroling, or Carolling.] 1. To praise or celebrate in song. The Shepherds at their festivals Carol her goodness. --Milton. 2. To sing, especially with joyful notes. Hovering swans . . . carol sounds harmonious. --Prior., Carol Car"ol, Carrol Car"rol, n. [OF. carole a sort of circular space, or carol.] (Arch.) A small closet or inclosure built against a window on the inner side, to sit in for study. The word was used as late as the 16th century. A bay window may thus be called a carol. --Parker., Carol Car"ol, n. [OF. carole a kind of dance wherein many dance together, fr. caroler to dance; perh. from Celtic; cf. Armor. koroll, n., korolla, korolli, v., Ir. car music, turn, circular motion, also L. choraula a flute player, charus a dance, chorus, choir.] 1. A round dance. [Obs.] --Chaucer. 2. A song of joy, exultation, or mirth; a lay. The costly feast, the carol, and the dance. --Dryden It was the carol of a bird. --Byron. 3. A song of praise of devotion; as, a Christmas or Easter carol. Heard a carol, mournful, holy. --Tennyson. In the darkness sing your carol of high praise. --Keble. 4. Joyful music, as of a song. I heard the bells on Christmans Day Their old, familiar carol play. --Longfellow.


Wiki for Caroled.

- carol may refer to: carol (music), a festive or religious song; historically also a dance. people: carol is a european continental spelling of
- 'carols' is the thirty-fourth single released by ayumi hamasaki . it was released on september 29, 2004. it became her 21st single to
- a christmas carol (also called a noël) is a carol (song or hymn ) whose lyrics are on the theme of christmas or the winter season in
- a carol is in modern parlance a festive song, generally religious but not necessarily connected with church worship, and often with a
- carol creighton burnett (born april 26, 1933) is an american actress, comedian, singer, and writer. show, the carol burnett show , for cbs .
- carol i (20 april 1839 – 27 september (o.s.) / 10 october (n.s.) 1914), born prince karl of hohenzollern-sigmaringen was the ruler of
- carol ii (15 october 1893 4 april 1953) reigned as king of romania from 8 june 1930 until 6 september 1940. eldest son of ferdinand ,
- carol or carol peletier is a fictional character from the comic book series the walking dead and is portrayed by melissa mcbride in the
- hurricane carol was among the worst tropical cyclones on record to affect the new england region of the united states . it developed
- 'carol' is a song written by chuck berry , first released by him on chess records in 1958, with 'hey pedro' on the b-side ' 'carol' also



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Carolus Car"o*lus, n.; pl. E. Caroluses, L. Caroli. [L., Charles.] An English gold coin of the value of twenty or twenty-three shillings. It was first struck in the reign of Charles I. Told down the crowns and Caroluses. --Macawlay.


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- cor caroli (α cvn, α canum venaticorum, alpha canum venaticorum) is the brightest star in the northern constellation canes venatici .
- caroli disease is a rare inherited disorder characterized by dilatation of the intrahepatic bile ducts. there are two types of caroli
- guido caroli (born may 9, 1927) is an italian speed skater who competed from the late 1940s to the mid-1950s. he is best known as being
- don carolis hewavitharana wijeyaguneratne. (දොන් කරොලිස් හෙවාවිතාරණ. also known as don carolis appuhamy (1833 – 18 february 1906) was a
- historia caroli magni or historia karoli magni et rotholandi (history of the life of charlemagne and roland ), sometimes known as the
- caroli church, borås in borås, sweden , oldest building in borås. caroli church, malmö in malmö, sweden
- gösta caroli (6 november 1902 – 8 may 1975 was a double agent working for mi5 during the second world war under the codename summer.
- exelastis caroli is a moth of the family pterophoroidea . it is found in kenia , inhabiting the coastal dunes. the wingspan is 14–19 mm.
- natale de carolis (born 25 july 1957, anagni ) is an italian opera tic baritone who has had an active career in major opera house s
- pierre caroli (born 1480 in rozay-en-brie , died in 1550, possibly in rome) was a french refugee and religious figure. he was a doctor of



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Carolin Car"o*lin, n. [L. Carolus Charles.] A former gold coin of Germany worth nearly five dollars; also, a gold coin of Sweden worth nearly five dollars.


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- carolin may refer to: given name: carolin babcock (1912–1987), female tennis player from the united states. carolin fortenbacher (born 1963
- carolin tamara hingst (born 18 september 1980 in donauwörth ) is a german pole vault er. she finished 10th at the 2001 world championships
- carolin leonhardt (born 22 november 1984 in lampertheim , hesse ) is a german sprint canoer who competed in the 2000s. she won two
- carolin nytra (born 26 february 1985 in hamburg ) is a german athlete who specialises in the 100 metres hurdles . with a personal best
- carolin golubytskyi (née wutz, born 19 december 1985 in bad mergentheim , germany ) is a german foil fencer . biography: she is coached by
- carolin babcock stark (may 26, 1912 – march 25, 1987) was a female tennis player from the united states . she won the women's doubles
- carolin fortenbacher (born 26 june 1963 in hamburg ) is a german musical actress and singer . she has had a leading role for five years
- reid carolin is an american film producer, director and screenwriter. biography: reid carolin graduated from harvard college he was an
- carolin reiber (born 2 november 1940) is a german television presenter. life: reiber works in germany as television presenter on german
- carolin schäfer (born 5 december 1991 in bad wildungen ) is a german athlete who specialises in the heptathlon . schäfer represented



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Allspice All"spice`, n. The berry of the pimento (Eugenia pimenta), a tree of the West Indies; a spice of a mildly pungent taste, and agreeably aromatic; Jamaica pepper; pimento. It has been supposed to combine the flavor of cinnamon, nutmegs, and cloves; and hence the name. The name is also given to other aromatic shrubs; as, the Carolina allspice (Calycanthus floridus); wild allspice (Lindera benzoin), called also spicebush, spicewood, and feverbush., Sora So"ra, n. (Zo["o]l.) A North American rail (Porzana Carolina) common in the Eastern United States. Its back is golden brown, varied with black and white, the front of the head and throat black, the breast and sides of the head and neck slate-colored. Called also American rail, Carolina rail, Carolina crake, common rail, sora rail, soree, meadow chicken, and orto. King sora, the Florida gallinule., Mourning Mourn"ing, a. 1. Grieving; sorrowing; lamenting. 2. Employed to express sorrow or grief; worn or used as appropriate to the condition of one bereaved or sorrowing; as, mourning garments; a mourning ring; a mourning pin, and the like. Mourning bride (Bot.), a garden flower (Scabiosa atropurpurea) with dark purple or crimson flowers in flattened heads. Mourning dove (Zo["o]l.), a wild dove (Zenaidura macroura) found throughout the United States; -- so named from its plaintive note. Called also Carolina dove. See Illust. under Dove. Mourning warbler (Zo["o]l.), an American ground warbler (Geothlypis Philadelphia). The male has the head, neck, and chest, deep ash-gray, mixed with black on the throat and chest; other lower parts are pure yellow., Dove Dove, n. [OE. dove, duve, douve, AS. d?fe; akin to OS. d?ba, D. duif, OHG. t?ba, G. taube, Icel. d?fa, Sw. dufva, Dan. due, Goth. d?b?; perh. from the root of E. dive.] 1. (Zo["o]l.) A pigeon of the genus Columba and various related genera. The species are numerous. Note: The domestic dove, including the varieties called fantails, tumblers, carrier pigeons, etc., was derived from the rock pigeon (Columba livia) of Europe and Asia; the turtledove of Europe, celebrated for its sweet, plaintive note, is C. turtur or Turtur vulgaris; the ringdove, the largest of European species, is C. palumbus; the Carolina dove, or Mourning dove, is Zenaidura macroura; the sea dove is the little auk (Mergulus alle or Alle alle). See Turtledove, Ground dove, and Rock pigeon. The dove is a symbol of innocence, gentleness, and affection; also, in art and in the Scriptures, the typical symbol of the Holy Ghost., Pinkroot Pink"root`, n. 1. (Med.) The root of Spigelia Marilandica, used as a powerful vermifuge; also, that of S. Anthelmia. See definition 2 (below). 2. (Bot.) (a) A perennial North American herb (Spigelia Marilandica), sometimes cultivated for its showy red blossoms. Called also Carolina pink, Maryland pinkroot, and worm grass. (b) An annual South American and West Indian plant (Spigelia Anthelmia)., Carolina pink Car`o*li"na pink` (Bot.) See Pinkboot., Sora So"ra, n. (Zo["o]l.) A North American rail (Porzana Carolina) common in the Eastern United States. Its back is golden brown, varied with black and white, the front of the head and throat black, the breast and sides of the head and neck slate-colored. Called also American rail, Carolina rail, Carolina crake, common rail, sora rail, soree, meadow chicken, and orto. King sora, the Florida gallinule., Willet Wil"let, n. (Zo["o]l.) A large North American snipe (Symphemia semipalmata); -- called also pill-willet, will-willet, semipalmated tattler, or snipe, duck snipe, and stone curlew. Carolina willet, the Hudsonian godwit., Mantis Man"tis, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ? a prophet.] (Zo["o]l.) Any one of numerous species of voracious orthopterous insects of the genus Mantis, and allied genera. They are remarkable for their slender grotesque forms, and for holding their stout anterior legs in a manner suggesting hands folded in prayer. The common American species is M. Carolina. Mantis shrimp. (Zo["o]l.) See Sguilla., Hawk moth Hawk" moth` (?; 115). (Zo["o]l.) Any moth of the family Sphingid[ae], of which there are numerous genera and species. They are large, handsome moths, which fly mostly at twilight and hover about flowers like a humming bird, sucking the honey by means of a long, slender proboscis. The larv[ae] are large, hairless caterpillars ornamented with green and other bright colors, and often with a caudal spine. See Sphinx, also Tobacco worm, and Tomato worm. Tobacco Hawk Moth (Macrosila Carolina), and its Larva, the Tobacco Worm. Note: The larv[ae] of several species of hawk moths feed on grapevines. The elm-tree hawk moth is Ceratomia Amyntor., Sora So"ra, n. (Zo["o]l.) A North American rail (Porzana Carolina) common in the Eastern United States. Its back is golden brown, varied with black and white, the front of the head and throat black, the breast and sides of the head and neck slate-colored. Called also American rail, Carolina rail, Carolina crake, common rail, sora rail, soree, meadow chicken, and orto. King sora, the Florida gallinule., Ortolan Or"to*lan, n. [F., fr. It. ortolano ortolan, gardener, fr. L. hortulanus gardener, fr. hortulus, dim. of hortus garden. So called because it frequents the hedges of gardens. See Yard an inclosure, and cf. Hortulan.] (Zo["o]l.) (a) A European singing bird (Emberiza hortulana), about the size of the lark, with black wings. It is esteemed delicious food when fattened. Called also bunting. (b) In England, the wheatear (Saxicola [oe]nanthe). (c) In America, the sora, or Carolina rail (Porzana Carolina). See Sora., Rail Rail, n. [F. r[^a]le, fr. r[^a]ler to have a rattling in the throat; of German origin, and akin to E. rattle. See Rattle, v.] (Zo["o]l.) Any one of numerous species of limicoline birds of the family Rallid[ae], especially those of the genus Rallus, and of closely allied genera. They are prized as game birds. Note: The common European water rail (Rallus aquaticus) is called also bilcock, skitty coot, and brook runner. The best known American species are the clapper rail, or salt-marsh hen (Rallus lonqirostris, var. crepitans); the king, or red-breasted, rail (R. elegans) (called also fresh-water marshhen); the lesser clapper, or Virginia, rail (R. Virginianus); and the Carolina, or sora, rail (Porzana Carolina). See Sora. Land rail (Zo["o]l.), the corncrake., Tobacco To*bac"co, n. [Sp. tabaco, fr. the Indian tabaco the tube or pipe in which the Indians or Caribbees smoked this plant. Some derive the word from Tabaco, a province of Yucatan, where it was said to be first found by the Spaniards; others from the island of Tobago, one of the Caribbees. But these derivations are very doubtful.] 1. (Bot.) An American plant (Nicotiana Tabacum) of the Nightshade family, much used for smoking and chewing, and as snuff. As a medicine, it is narcotic, emetic, and cathartic. Tobacco has a strong, peculiar smell, and an acrid taste. Note: The name is extended to other species of the genus, and to some unrelated plants, as Indian tobacco (Nicotiana rustica, and also Lobelia inflata), mountain tobacco (Arnica montana), and Shiraz tobacco (Nicotiana Persica). 2. The leaves of the plant prepared for smoking, chewing, etc., by being dried, cured, and manufactured in various ways. Tobacco box (Zo["o]l.), the common American skate. Tobacco camphor. (Chem.) See Nicotianine. Tobacco man, a tobacconist. [R.] Tobacco pipe. (a) A pipe used for smoking, made of baked clay, wood, or other material. (b) (Bot.) Same as Indian pipe, under Indian. Tobacco-pipe clay (Min.), a species of clay used in making tobacco pipes; -- called also cimolite. Tobacco-pipe fish. (Zo["o]l.) See Pipemouth. Tobacco stopper, a small plug for pressing down the tobacco in a pipe as it is smoked. Tobacco worm (Zo["o]l.), the larva of a large hawk moth (Sphinx, or Phlegethontius, Carolina). It is dark green, with seven oblique white stripes bordered above with dark brown on each side of the body. It feeds upon the leaves of tobacco and tomato plants, and is often very injurious to the tobacco crop. See Illust. of Hawk moth.


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- carolina may refer to: geography : the carolinas , term used to refer collectively to the states of north and south carolina. north carolina ,
- north carolina. (audio en-us-north carolina. ogg , ˌ , n , ɔr , θ , _ , k , ær , ə , ˈ , l , aɪ , n , ə is a state in southeastern united
- the carolina hurricanes are a professional ice hockey team based in raleigh , north carolina , usa. they are members of the metropolitan
- the university of south carolina (also referred to as usc, sc, south carolina, or simply carolina) is a public , co-education al research
- the university of north carolina at chapel hill (also known as unc, unc-chapel hill, chapel hill, north carolina, or simply carolina is a
- 'the carolinas' is a term used in the united states to refer collectively to the u.s. state s of north carolina (nc) and south carolina
- carolina (kaɾoˈlina) is a city located in the northern part of puerto rico , bordering the atlantic ocean; it lies north of gurabo and
- charlotte ˈ , ʃ , ɑr , l , ə , t is the largest city in the u.s. state of north carolina and the seat of mecklenburg county .
- the province of carolina was an english and later british colony of north america . incorporated as the province of carolina, in 1629
- the carolina league is a minor league baseball affiliation which operates along the atlantic coast of the united states . before 2002, it



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Allspice All"spice`, n. The berry of the pimento (Eugenia pimenta), a tree of the West Indies; a spice of a mildly pungent taste, and agreeably aromatic; Jamaica pepper; pimento. It has been supposed to combine the flavor of cinnamon, nutmegs, and cloves; and hence the name. The name is also given to other aromatic shrubs; as, the Carolina allspice (Calycanthus floridus); wild allspice (Lindera benzoin), called also spicebush, spicewood, and feverbush.


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- the planters of carolina gathered it into their gardens, and peter collinson imported it into england from charleston, south carolina
- allspice, also called jamaica pepper, pepper, myrtle pepper, pimenta, pimento 'carolina allspice' (calycanthus floridus ), 'japanese
- native rhododendron s and hollies , carolina allspice (calycanthus floridus), mountain laurel (kalmia latifolia), viburnum s, and jetbead .
- lindera benzoin (wild allspice spicebush common spicebush northern spicebush or flora of north carolina category:flora of south carolina
- almond s, citrus peel , allspice , ginger , cinnamon and black pepper . location jefferson, north carolina , isbn 9780786468270 , page
- north carolina cumin , paprika , chili powder, and allspice , which is itself covered in finely chopped onions, celery salt , and yellow mustard .
- mustard seed s, coriander seeds, and allspice are popular extra options. carolinas: variations on the same theme in north and south carolina.
- unusual seasonings such as cinnamon, cloves, allspice or chocolate. , united states , a traditional dish from north carolina and georgia.
- it has been described as tasting like allspice , or like a cross control branch of north carolina 's department of health and human services
- seasonings vary by recipe, but commonly include onion s, allspice , publisher univ of south carolina press , isbn 978-1-57003-139-7 , page 17 .