Associations to the word «Bristol»
BRISTOL, proper noun. A city and county in south-west England bordering Gloucestershire, Somerset and The River Severn.
BRISTOL, proper noun. A surname.
BRISTOL, noun. (Cockney rhyming slang) A woman's breast, usually as the plural bristols.
BRISTOL BOARD, noun. A heavyweight paper used for technical drawing, illustration, and other two-dimensional art forms.
BRISTOL BOARDS, noun. Plural of Bristol board
BRISTOL BRICK, noun. A form of rouge, once manufactured in Bristol, that was used to polish silver cutlery
BRISTOL CHANNEL, proper noun. An inlet of the Atlantic Ocean between South Wales and England; an extension of the estuary of the River Severn
BRISTOL DIAMOND, noun. (geology) (mineral) A form of quartz crystal found within geodes of the Avon Gorge
BRISTOL ONION, noun. A species of onion, Allium sphaerocephalon, found only on the slopes of the Avon Gorge
BRISTOL ROCKCRESS, noun. A species of rockcress, Arabis scabra, found originally only in the Avon Gorge
BRISTOL STOOL CHART, noun. (medicine) A chart (and associated scale), that classifies human faeces, and has limited use as a diagnostic aid
BRISTOL WHITEBEAM, noun. A species of whitebeam, Sorbus bristolienis, native to the Avon Gorge and surrounding area
BRISTOL, noun. An industrial city and port in southwestern England near the mouth of the River Avon.
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