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  • proper noun Helsingør, a city in northern Zealand, Denmark

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Examples

  • "But I understand the Elsinore is considered one of the finest," I urged.

    CHAPTER II

  • The Elsinore is truly the ship of souls, the world in miniature; and, because she is such a small world, cleaving this vastitude of ocean as our larger world cleaves space, the strange juxtapositions that continually occur are startling.

    CHAPTER XXVI

  • I watched them, not making my presence known, and I knew that the old mate's eyes were boring like gimlets into the windy darkness that separated the Elsinore from the thunder-surfed iron coast he sought to find.

    CHAPTER XXXVIII

  • The essence of this tyrannical modern-dress Elsinore is that no one is ever fully alone.

    Hamlet - review

  • But then, everything on board the Elsinore is superlative.

    CHAPTER XV

  • OF Marcus Nettles, at Lake Elsinore, is one of the fastest players in the system and has a good eye at the plate.

    USATODAY.com - Prospects to watch in NL teams' farm systems

  • That's the very pretty place you call Elsinore, Hamlet's home town.

    Three Hearts and Three Lions

  • The Elsinore is truly the ship of souls, the world in miniature; and, because she is such a small world, cleaving this vastitude of ocean as our larger world cleaves space, the strange juxtapositions that continually occur are startling.

    Chapter 26

  • I watched them, not making my presence known, and I knew that the old mate's eyes were boring like gimlets into the windy darkness that separated the Elsinore from the thunder-surfed iron coast he sought to find.

    Chapter 38

  • But then, everything on board the Elsinore is superlative.

    Chapter 15

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