from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A brimless Scottish cap with a flat, round top.
- n. A heavy, laced walking shoe.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A castle and associated estate in Aberdeenshire, Scotland that is a private residence of the British sovereign
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A long woolen petticoat, worn immediately under the dress.
- n. A kind of stout walking shoe, laced in front.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A name given (usually with a capital as an adjective and without as a noun) to various articles of dress possessing unusual strength and weight, in imitation of the materials or style of those worn out of doors by Queen Victoria, or the members of her family, during visits to the royal residence at Balmoral, in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
- n. A Scotch cap, originally of wool.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a sturdy laced walking shoe
- n. a brimless dark blue Scottish cap with a flat top and a plume on one side
Speaking of exotic foods, Nbob, we adventured out to a place called Ahmets in Balmoral last night.
Balmoral is the suburb adjacent to Bulimba/Hawthorne.
His delight at joining the Queen on holiday in Balmoral quickly turns to irritation when it becomes apparent her only interest is in making her way through the Scott Moncrieff version of Proust.
Lachlan Balmoral is laird of his clan-and leader of his pack.
Sykes saved a lot of things, we found afterwards; but it's not so palatial, and father wouldn't have it called Balmoral any more.
This cant be mistaken for the Civilian version which is called a Balmoral and is manufactured in black or blue cloth, Officers & Senior NCOS also use a privately purchased military version of the balmoral cap for everyday use.
They are spending some time at Balmoral, which is in the Scottish Highlands.
In the evening we went to another area called Balmoral so we could have a walk followed by fish and chips on a picnic blanket.
Although, that's nothing compared to Balmoral, which is powered by its own hydroelectric plant.
More than 10 people had to be rescued from the multi-storey tenement block above the Balmoral, which is a basement bar.