Definition of Redbay

1. a small tree [n -BAYS]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redbay

redargutions
redargutory
redate
redated
redates
redating
redback
redback vole
redbacks
redbait
redbaited
redbaiter
redbaiters
redbaiting
redbaits
redbay (current term)
redbays
redbed
redbeds
redbellies
redbelly
redberries
redberry
redbird
redbird cactus
redbird flower
redbirds
redbone
redbones
redbreast

Literary usage of Redbay

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

1. An Historical Account of the Macdonnells of Antrim: Including Notices of by George Hill (1873)
"(213) (212) redbay.—In the year 1637, Alexander Stewart of redbay, and his son John Stewart, obtained a lease from Randal, second earl of Antrim, ..."

2. The Law Journal Reports: New Series (1880)
"An Act to authorise the Ballymena, Cushendall, and redbay ... Cushendall. and redbay Railway Act, 1872, a sum of twenty-two thousand pounds which they are ..."

3. Lumsden & Son's Steam-boat Companion, Or, Stranger's Guide to the Western by James Lumsden & Son (1839)
"Passing the hamlet of Water- foot, on the left, are the caves of redbay; they are four in number; one of them has been long occupied as a blacksmith's shop, ..."

4. The Law Journal Reports: New Series (1883)
"... and as to the appointment of Directors of the Ballymena Cushendall and redbay Railway Company; and for other purposes. cxxviii. ..."

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