Brecon Beacons love

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A mountain range of southern Wales rising to 886 m (2,907 ft).

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  • proper noun A mountain range and national park in the south-east of Wales

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Examples

  • Waking up to the sight of mist curled around the sleepy bosom of the Brecon Beacons is a festival sight so incongruously lovely that it feels as though Dylan Thomas 'words are the poles supporting our tents.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • Waking up to the sight of mist curled around the sleepy bosom of the Brecon Beacons is a festival sight so incongruously lovely that it feels as though Dylan Thomas 'words are the poles supporting our tents.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • Waking up to the sight of mist curled around the sleepy bosom of the Brecon Beacons is a festival sight so incongruously lovely that it feels as though Dylan Thomas 'words are the poles supporting our tents.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • Waking up to the sight of mist curled around the sleepy bosom of the Brecon Beacons is a festival sight so incongruously lovely that it feels as though Dylan Thomas 'words are the poles supporting our tents.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • When we approached a place called the Brecon Beacons (Story Arms Hotel), I was driving along, trying to light a cigarette, but the flint on the lighter was not sparking.

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  • Waking up to the sight of mist curled around the sleepy bosom of the Brecon Beacons is a festival sight so incongruously lovely that it feels as though Dylan Thomas 'words are the poles supporting our tents.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • Boots on, head off into the Brecon Beacons (breconbeacons. org) to Sgwd yr Eira, a wide waterfall formed where the Afon Hepste river leaps over a 12m bank.

    Love is in the (open) air

  • The location for the production is especially evocative: a replica village in the Brecon Beacons, originally constructed in order to allow postwar British troops to practise tank warfare in anticipation of the Russians rolling into West Germany.

    The National Theatre of Wales does battle with Aeschylus's The Persians

  • As I looked out to sea during time spent with the following three heartfelt Devon based organisations, in the distance I could just catch the Brecon Beacons and felt closer to home.

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  • As I looked out to sea during time spent with the following three heartfelt Devon based organisations, in the distance I could just catch the Brecon Beacons and felt closer to home.

    The Secret Motivations Of A Pretty Public Secret Millionaire – Kevin Green

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