American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- CapeSable A promontory of southern Nova Scotia, Canada. It is on an inlet south of Sable Island, a low sandy island often called "the Graveyard of the Atlantic” because of its hazard to navigation.
- CapeSable A cape at the southwest tip of Florida. Part of Everglades National Park, it is the southernmost extremity of the U.S. mainland.
“AU SABLE RIVER Coursing through the Huron National Forest and eight counties, the Au Sable is revered for its hefty brown trout.”
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“In Heraldry, the colour black is called Sable, Heraldry evolved in 12th century Western Europe.”
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