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Blyth

[blahyth, blahy] /blaɪθ, blaɪ/
noun
1.
a port in Northumberland, NE England, on the North Sea.
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  • He was set down, that Netherfield, as being of Blyth, Northumberland.

    Ravensdene Court

    J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher
  • "Those are the chests that disappeared from the bank at Blyth," I whispered.

    Ravensdene Court

    J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher
  • At this moment Captain Blyth made his appearance on the poop.

    The Missing Merchantman Harry Collingwood
  • There was no time to do more or Captain Blyth would have taken the courses off the ship.

    The Missing Merchantman Harry Collingwood
  • Captain Blyth had already thought out his plans in this direction.

    The Missing Merchantman Harry Collingwood
British Dictionary definitions for Blyth

Blyth1

/blaɪð/
noun
1.
a port in N England, in SE Northumberland, on the North Sea. Pop: 35 691 (2001)

Blyth2

/blaɪð/
noun
1.
Sir Chay (tʃeɪ). born 1940, British yachtsman. He sailed round the world alone (1970–71) and won many races
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