Associations to the word «Elizabethan»
ELIZABETHAN, adjective. Pertaining to the reign of Queen Elizabeth.
ELIZABETHAN COLLAR, noun. A protective medical device worn by an animal, usually a cat or dog, shaped like a truncated cone, to prevent the animal from biting or licking at its body or scratching at its head or neck while wounds or injuries heal.
ELIZABETHAN COLLAR, noun. A fluted frill worn at the neck; a ruff.
ELIZABETHAN COLLARS, noun. Plural of Elizabethan collar
ELIZABETHAN ENGLISH, proper noun. (colloquial) The dialect of English spoken during the reign of Elizabeth I of England.
ELIZABETHAN SONNET, noun. A Shakespearean sonnet
ELIZABETHAN SONNETS, noun. Plural of Elizabethan sonnet
ELIZABETHAN, noun. A person who lived during the reign of Elizabeth I; "William Shakespeare was an Elizabethan".
ELIZABETHAN, adjective. Of or relating to Elizabeth I of England or to the age in which she ruled as queen; "Elizabethan music".
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