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- proper n. an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean between South Wales and England; an extension of the estuary of the River Severn
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- n. an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean between southern Wales and southwestern England
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A beautiful view of Porlock Bay and the Bristol Channel was to be seen from the window.
Three U-boats would operate on the Western Approaches and in the Irish Sea to interdict the main Atlantic trade routes to Liverpool and the Bristol Channel ports.
I saw the Bristol Channel beneath me as I broke from the clouds, but, having still some petrol in my tank, I got twenty miles inland before I found myself stranded in a field half a mile from the village of Ashcombe.