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Definition of Anbury

Anbury
Anbury An"bur*y, Ambury Am"bur*y, n. [AS. ampre, ompre, a crooked swelling vein: cf. Prov. E. amper a tumor with inflammation. Cf. the first syllable in agnail, and berry a fruit.] 1. (Far.) A soft tumor or bloody wart on horses or oxen. 2. A disease of the roots of turnips, etc.; -- called also fingers and toes.

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- Bloodwood to give them a crimson color, which as Anbury observed gave them "great strength". Thomas Anbury was a young British officer who travelled extensively...
- Press,Plymouth. 2005. ISBN 0-8108-6829-6 Robert Irwin, "White, T(erence) H(anbury)" in the St. James Guide To Fantasy Writers, ed. David Pringle, St. James...
- loaded onto a cart by Jerry Muldoon, ****istant to destitute undertaker Phil Anbury. Realizing that Clive is not in fact dead, the initially disappointed Jerry...
- Britain clubroot was sometimes called finger and toe, fingers and toes, anbury, or ambury, these last two also meaning a soft tumor on a horse. The potential...
- who noticed its presence called it a "coloured sash". That is what Thomas Anbury called it when he wrote his account of travel after his visit to Char****urg...
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