Definition of Gorses

1. Noun. (plural of gorse) ¹



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Definition of Gorses

1. gorse [n] - See also: gorse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gorses

gornos
gorondou
goroon shell
goropism
goroutine
goroutines
gorp
gorped
gorping
gorps
gorry
gorse
gorsedd
gorseddau
gorsedds
gorses (current term)
gorsier
gorsiest
gorsoon
gorsoons
gorsy
gortdrumite
gory
gos
gosan-chiku
goserelin
gosh
gosha
goshawful
goshawfully

Literary usage of Gorses

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

1. Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes (1873)
"The meets along this ridge are the Warren, belonging to * Lord Pembroke, Fovant Hut, close to which are some very strong * gorses, and Crockerton Firs, ..."

2. The Mountains: A Collection of Poems (1876)
"Mountain gorses, do ye teach us From that academic chair Canopied with azure air, ... Mountain gorses ! since Linnaeus Knelt beside you on the sod, ..."

3. The Home Book of Verse, American and English, 1580-1912 by Burton Egbert Stevenson (1912)
"Elaine Goodale Eastman [1863- LESSONS FROM THE GORSE MOUNTAIN gorses, ... Mountain gorses, do ye teach us From that academic chair Canopied with azure air, ..."

4. A Book of Thoughts, in Loving Memory of John Bright by Mrs Mary Harriet (Bright) Curry (1897)
"MOUNTAIN gorses, ever golden, Cankered not the whole year long ! ... Mountain gorses, do ye teach us From that academic chair Canopied with azure air, ..."

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