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Definition of Briars

Briar
Briar Bri"ar, n. Same as Brier.
Briar
Brier Bri"er, Briar Bri"ar, n. [OE. brere, brer, AS. br[=e]r, br[ae]r; cf. Ir. briar prickle, thorn, brier, pin, Gael. preas bush, brier, W. prys, prysg.] 1. A plant with a slender woody stem bearing stout prickles; especially, species of Rosa, Rubus, and Smilax. 2. Fig.: Anything sharp or unpleasant to the feelings. The thorns and briers of reproof. --Cowper. Brier root, the root of the southern Smilax laurifolia and S. Walteri; -- used for tobacco pipes. Cat brier, Green brier, several species of Smilax (S. rotundifolia, etc.) Sweet brier (Rosa rubiginosa). See Sweetbrier. Yellow brier, the Rosa Eglantina.

Meaning of Briars from wikipedia

- in Snohomish County Briars, Saint Helena, a small pavilion in which Napoleon Bonaparte sta**** The Briars, also known as The Briars Homestead, Mount Martha...
- Briars is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Diane Briars (born 1951), American mathematics educator Gawain Briars (born 1958), British...
- For The Briars in Mount Martha, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia, see Mount Martha Briars is the name of the small pavilion in which Napoleon...
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- Briar Patch or Brier Patch may refer to: The common name for a thicket formed by any of a number of unrelated thorny plants Br'er Rabbit's patch for hiding...
- Briar Rose may refer to: "Little Briar Rose", also called "Sleeping Beauty", a folk tale originally recorded by the Brothers Grimm Briar Rose, a pseudonym...
- Bundarra Estate on 14 April 1895 and built The Briars on Lot 16 in 1895, facing Woonona Avenue. The Briars was designed in 1895 by architect Charles Herbert...
- Louisiana: Pelican Publishing. p. 72. ISBN 9781565541580. OCLC 40200427. "Briars". National Park Service. Retrieved June 20, 2016. The Briars v t e...
- Briar is an open-source software communication technology, intended to provide secure and resilient peer-to-peer communications with no centralized servers...
- is formed of briar (also spelled brier), which is a common name for any of a number of unrelated thorny plants, it may be called a briar patch. Plants...
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