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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A range of hills extending about 56 km (35 mi) along the border between England and Scotland. The Cheviot, 816.2 m (2,676 ft), is the highest elevation.

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  • n. a range of hills on the border between England and Scotland

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Examples

  • In 2001, the Leights had been planning to add a story onto their Moroccan-style home in nearby Cheviot Hills when they mentioned to a broker that they could be interested in a hilltop home with "open possibilities."

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  • Michal Czerwonka for The Wall Street Journal In 2001, the Leights had been planning on adding a story onto their Moroccan-style home in nearby Cheviot Hills when they mentioned to a broker that they could be interested in a hilltop home with "open possibilities."

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  • Scottish King had also crossed the river Till, and was encamped upon the last of the Cheviot Hills, called the Hill of Flodden.

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  • The B6341 affords a panorama of the Cheviot Hills and much else, including

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  • In his pastel-yellow house in upscale Cheviot Hills, where he has lived for more than 50 years, Bradbury greeted me in his sitting room.

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  • For that matter, the only major opponents to the Expo Line--Cheviot Hills homeowners--aren't even in Rosendahl's district, either.

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  • Cheviot Hills, was so swollen by the heavy rains, that the current tore away from the abutment of a mill dam, a large block of stone, weighing nearly two tons, and transported it to the distance of a quarter of a mile.

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  • What should I speak of the Cheviot Hills, which reach twenty miles in length? of the Black Mountains in Wales, which go from ([1]) to ([1]) miles at the least in length? of the Clee Hills in Shropshire, which come within four miles of Ludlow, and are divided from some part of Worcester by the Leme? of the Crames in

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  • The next day Frank approached Osbaldistone Hall, which stood under the great rounded range of the Cheviot Hills.

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  • They allowed him that very best means of education, a calmness of the senses, as he herded sheep on the Cheviot Hills.

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