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Beaumaris

/bəʊˈmærɪs/
noun
1.
a resort in N Wales, on the island of Anglesey: 13th-century castle. Pop: 1513 (2001)
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  • The Edwardian castles of Caernarvon and beaumaris belong to this type of fortress.

    English Villages P. H. Ditchfield
  • We sailed on to Bangor, before which we brought-up in the Bay of beaumaris.

  • We crossed over by the ferry to beaumaris, in the island of Anglesea.

  • beaumaris is in Anglesey, so that they were to cross beaumaris Bay to the mainland.

    George Fox George Fox
  • "Well, I think you can depend on beaumaris," said Waldershare, much interested.

    Endymion Benjamin Disraeli
  • It is larger than that of beaumaris, and less than that of Caernarvon.

  • One of the few breaks in this very uneventful life was a holiday spent with the other members of his family in beaumaris.

    The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll Stuart Dodgson Collingwood
  • Between Conway and beaumaris he was forced to walk great part of the way, and the Countess was carried in a litter.

  • A small patch of Ordovician strata lies on the northern side of beaumaris.

  • Not one of the most insignificant, perhaps, was the introduction into society of the Countess of beaumaris.

    Endymion Benjamin Disraeli

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