American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. See Medieval Welsh.
“A Low Country Frame of Mind Laura Landro/The Wall Street Journal Palmetto Bluff's antique wooden yacht, the Grace Once the estate of banker Richard Wilson Jr. -- the ruins of his mansion are in front of the inn -- the property was bought by the Union Camp paper company and used as a hunting lodge and corporate retreat.”
“Though individually owned by residents, they all have the same basic decor standards and are managed by the Inn. AUDIO Laura Landro/The Wall Street Journal Wilson Village, where many of Palmetto Bluff's rental homes are located, has a small-town feel and is in walking distance to the Inn. the marina, the village square and the pool.”
“AUDIO Laura Landro/The Wall Street Journal Palmetto Bluff's antique wooden yacht, the Grace, is docked not far from the main Inn on the May River and is available for tours and private charters.”
“AUDIO Penny Landro for The Wall Street Journal Low bridges span Palmetto Bluff's many waterways and lead to some of the property's rental homes.”
“In Silver Bluff's 21-20 victory over Batesburg-Leesville in the State AA championship game, he ran for 189 yards and had three touchdowns ...”
“` ` We wanted to go to him late because both of Arkansas-Pine Bluff's big guys were in foul trouble. '”
“He hooked a thumb toward Bear Bluff's center, where the real estate office is.”
“The Bluff's cultivated rows of corn and hybrid melon cactus would never survive the onslaught.”
“About nine o'clock the command started forth, with Bluff's drum beating time, and the inspiring notes of the bugle lending vigor to their eager feet.”
“When a crow, that had been watching their coming with suspicious eye, gave a series of harsh caws, and flapping his wings, took flight, Andy caught hold of Bluff's sleeve, and gave it a tug.”
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