Definition of Furzes

1. Noun. (plural of furze) ¹



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Definition of Furzes

1. furze [n] - See also: furze

Lexicographical Neighbors of Furzes

furutobeite
furverts
fury
furyl
furylfuramide
furyls
furze-pig
furze-pigs
furze pig
furzechat
furzechats
furzeling
furzen
furzes (current term)
furzier
furziest
furzy
fusa
fusain
fusains
fusaria
fusaric acid
fusariosis
fusarium
fusarium oxysporum
fusarium solani
fusarium wilt
fusarol

Literary usage of Furzes

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

1. A Collection of the Reports of Cases, the Statutes, and Ecclesiastical Laws by Francis King Eagle, Edward Younge (1826)
"... are ritual court for tithes of furzes, which the plaintiff in prohibition ... and that these furzes were cut and burnt in lorn to discharge the house, ..."

2. The Timber-tree Improved, Or, The Best Practical Methods of Improving by William Ellis (1744)
"furzes are alfo fown on barren Land, ... that the large French furzes may be killed, by cutting the woody Stalks within half a Foot of the Root in ..."

3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1847)
"I never saw taller or more nourishing English furzes than at Chalke. ... carried furzes out of England for a rarity in his magnificent garden. ..."

4. A Complete System of Pleading: Comprehending the Most Approved Precedents by John Wentworth, George Townesend, James Cornwall (1797)
"... the wood and lop off all the willows and all the cut furzes, except one-third part of ... over and above one-third part of the furzes anfing, coming, ..."

5. Extracts from the Court Rolls of the Manor of Wimbledon: Extending from I by Wimbledon, England (Manor), Wimbledon Common Committee, Philip Henry Lawrence (1866)
"We present William Everett a baker at Wimbledon cuts furzes and binds them up, ... cuts furzes, and binds them up, and carries them home on carriages. ..."

6. Extracts from the Court Rolls of the Manor of Wimbledon, Extending from I by Wimbledon Common Committee (1866)
"... cuts furzes, and binds them up, and carries them home on carriages. William Jennings, a bricklayer at Wimbledon, carries land off Putney Common. ..."

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