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england

instance hypernym (england IS A KIND OF .... relation (represent specific [usually real-world] instances of something))

  • a division of the United Kingdom (noun.location)
    any one of the countries occupying the European continent (noun.location)
     

instance hyponym (.... IS A KIND OF england relation (represent specific [usually real-world] instances of something))

  • (noun.location)
    archaic name for England or Great Britain; used poetically (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    the Latin name for England (noun.location)
     

part holonym (PART OF relation)

  • (noun.location)
    a range of low hills in southwestern England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a range of hills on the border between England and Scotland (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a system of hills in Britain that extend from the Scottish border in the north to the Trent River in the south; forms the watershed for English rivers (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a city in northwestern England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a popular tourist area in northwestern England including England's largest lake and highest mountain (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    the capital and largest city of England; located on the Thames in southeastern England; financial and industrial and cultural center (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a city in northwestern England (30 miles to the east of Liverpool); heart of the most densely populated area of England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a large fishing port in northeastern England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a large city in northwestern England; its port is the country's major outlet for industrial exports (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a city in central England; 2nd largest English city and an important industrial and transportation center (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a city in southern England to the northwest of London; site of Oxford University (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a city in eastern England on the River Cam; site of Cambridge University (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a town in southwestern England on the River Avon; famous for its hot springs and Roman remains (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a resort town in Lancashire in northwestern England on the Irish Sea; famous for its tower (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a city in East Sussex in southern England that is a popular resort; site of the University of Sussex (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    an industrial city and port in southwestern England near the mouth of the River Avon (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a village in southwestern England where cheddar cheese was first made (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    an industrial city in Leicestershire in central England; built on the site of a Roman settlement (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a port city in northeastern England on the River Tyne; a center for coal exports (giving rise to the expression `carry coals to Newcastle' meaning to more.. (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a port city in southern England on the English Channel; Britain's major naval base (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    an industrial city in central England; devastated by air raids during World War II; remembered as the home of Lady Godiva in the 11th century (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a city in southwestern England in Gloucestershire on the Severn (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a city on the River Thames in Berkshire in southern England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a port and industrial city in northeastern England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a cathedral city in west central England on the River Severn (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county in southwestern England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county in southern England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a hilly county in southwestern England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county of northwestern England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county in southwestern England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county in southeastern England on the North Sea and the Thames estuary (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county in southwestern England in the lower Severn valley (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county of southern England on the English Channel (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county in southern England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county in southeastern England on the English Channel; formerly an Anglo-Saxon kingdom, it was the first to be colonized by the Romans (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county in southwestern England on the Bristol Channel (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county in southern England on the English Channel (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county in southern England on the English Channel (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a largely agricultural county in central England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    an agricultural county of eastern England on the North Sea (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    the northernmost county of England; has many Roman remains (including Hadrian's Wall) (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a region of eastern England that was formerly a kingdom (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a historical area of northwestern England on the Irish Sea; noted for textiles (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county in southeastern England on the Thames (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a former moor in northern England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a former large county in northern England; in 1974 it was divided into three smaller counties (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county in northern England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a metropolitan county in northern England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a metropolitan county in northern England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county is central England (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    an Anglo-Saxon kingdom in northern England until 876 (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    the southwestern part of England (including Cornwall and Devon and Somerset) (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a county in southern England on the English Channel; formerly an Anglo-Saxon kingdom that was captured by Wessex in the 9th century (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    a Saxon kingdom in southwestern England that became the most powerful English kingdom by the 10th century (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    an ancient Roman wall built by Hadrian in the 2nd century; marked the northern boundary of the Roman Empire in Britain (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.location)
    an archipelago of small islands off the southwestern coast of England near the entrance to the English Channel; formerly a haven for smugglers and pir more.. (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.object)
    a river in northern England that flows southeast through West Yorkshire (noun.object)
     
  • (noun.object)
    a river in central England that flows through Stratford-on-Avon and empties into the Severn (noun.object)
     
  • (noun.object)
    a river in southwestern England rising in Gloucestershire and flowing through Bristol to empty into the estuary of the Severn (noun.object)
     
  • (noun.object)
    a river in east central England that flows past Cambridge to join the Ouse River (noun.object)
     
  • (noun.object)
    an estuary in central northeastern England formed by the Ouse River and the Trent River (noun.object)
     
  • (noun.object)
    a river in northeastern England that flows generally southeastward to join the Trent River and form the Humber (noun.object)
     
  • (noun.object)
    a river in England and Wales flowing into the Bristol Channel; the longest river in Great Britain (noun.object)
     
  • (noun.object)
    the longest river in England; flows eastward through London to the North Sea (noun.object)
     
  • (noun.object)
    a river in central England that flows generally northeastward to join with the Ouse River and form the Humber (noun.object)
     
  • (noun.object)
    a river in northern England that flows east to the North Sea (noun.object)
     

part meronym (HAS PART relation)

  • (noun.location)
    a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britai more.. (noun.location)
     
  • (noun.object)
    the 2nd smallest continent (actually a vast peninsula of Eurasia); the British use `Europe' to refer to all of the continent except the British Isles (noun.object)
     

member holonym (MEMBER OF relation)

  • (noun.person)
    a native or inhabitant of England (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.person)
    a man who is a native or inhabitant of England (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.person)
    a woman who is a native or inhabitant of England (noun.person)
     

derivation (.... is derived from england)

  • (adj.pert)
    of or relating to or characteristic of England or its culture or people (adj.pert)
     

domain member region (.... is domain member of england region)

  • (noun.act)
    a widespread rebellion in 1381 against poll taxes and other inequities that oppressed the poorer people of England; suppressed by Richard II (noun.act)
     
  • (noun.act)
    a battle in 1513; the English defeated the invading Scots and James IV was killed (noun.act)
     
  • (noun.act)
    the decisive battle in which William the Conqueror (duke of Normandy) defeated the Saxons under Harold II (1066) and thus left England open for the No more.. (noun.act)
     
  • (noun.act)
    a battle in which the Danes defeated the Saxons in 991; celebrated in an old English poem (noun.act)
     
  • (noun.act)
    a battle in 1644 in which the Parliamentarians under the earl of Manchester defeated the Royalists under Prince Rupert (noun.act)
     
  • (noun.act)
    a battle in 1645 that settled the outcome of the first English Civil War as the Parliamentarians won a major victory over the Royalists (noun.act)
     
  • (noun.act)
    the final battle of the War of the Roses in 1471 in which Edward IV defeated the Lancastrians (noun.act)
     
  • (noun.act)
    civil war in England between the Parliamentarians and the Royalists under Charles I; 1644-1648 (noun.act)
     
  • (noun.act)
    the re-establishment of the British monarchy in 1660 (noun.act)
     
  • (noun.act)
    struggle for the English throne (1455-1485) between the house of York (white rose) and the house of Lancaster (red rose) ending with the accession of more.. (noun.act)
     
  • (noun.artifact)
    a suit or dress for formal occasions (noun.artifact)
     
  • (noun.cognition)
    the beliefs and practices characteristic of Puritans (most of whom were Calvinists who wished to purify the Church of England of its Catholic aspects) (noun.cognition)
     
  • (noun.object)
    an ancient forest in central England; formerly a royal hunting ground; said to be the home of Robin Hood and his merry band (noun.object)
     
  • (noun.person)
    an inhabitant of a border area (especially the border between Scotland and England) (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.person)
    (Middle Ages) an attendant and shield bearer to a knight; a candidate for knighthood (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.person)
    a landowner (14th and 15th centuries) who was free but not of noble birth (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.person)
    someone who procures customers for whores (in England they call a pimp a ponce) (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.person)
    United States journalist (born in England in 1908) (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.state)
    the advanced level of a subject taken in school (usually two years after O level) (noun.state)
     
  • (noun.state)
    the basic level of a subject taken in school (noun.state)
     
  • (noun.time)
    the period from 1811-1820 when the Prince of Wales was regent during George III's periods of insanity (noun.time)
     
  • (adj.pert)
    of or relating to or characteristic of the early Saxons or Anglo-Saxons and their descendents (especially the English or Lowland Scots) and their lang more.. (adj.pert)
     
instance hypernym instance hyponym part holonym part meronym member holonym derivation domain member region european country european nation albion anglia cotswold hills cotswolds cheviot hills cheviots pennine chain pennines britain great britain u.k. uk europe english person englishman englishwoman english great revolt peasant's revolt battle of flodden field flodden battle of hastings hastings

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