American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A volcanic island of Australia in the Tasman Sea east-northeast of Sydney. Discovered by the British in 1788, it was settled in 1834.
“On Lord Howe, a small Pacific island with a big share of endemism, the Lord Howe Island pigeon is extinct, as are the Lord Howe Island white-eye, the Lord Howe Island fantail, and the Lord Howe Island flycatcher.”
“Lord Howe Island marked a kind of halfway point, and save for the day they spent in its vicinity the weather was glorious.”
“Tis not as turtle-populous as Lord Howe Island to begin with, so why ruin a good thing?”
“By the time that the ship drew close to Lord Howe Island five days later, Richard had solved his equation.”
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