Associations to the word «Lancashire»
LANCASHIRE, proper noun. A maritime county in the north-west of England bordered by the Irish Sea, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, West Yorkshire, North Yorkshire and Merseyside.
LANCASHIRE BOILER, noun. A steam boiler with two flues that contain the furnaces and extend through the boiler from end to end.
LANCASHIRE BOILERS, noun. Plural of Lancashire boiler
LANCASHIRE OVER THE SANDS, proper noun. The part of modern Cumbria on the north side of Morecambe Bay that was historically part of Lancashire
LANCASHIRE OVER THE WATER, proper noun. The part of modern Cumbria, especially the Furness peninsula, that was historically part of Lancashire
LANCASHIRE PEELER, noun. A style of vegetable peeler, consisting of a straight handle and blade, with twine around the handle for a non-slip grip.
LANCASHIRE, noun. A historical area of northwestern England on the Irish Sea; noted for textiles.
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