- a seaport in W Gwynedd, in NW Wales, on Menai Strait: 13th-century castle of Edward II.
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Examples from the Web for carnarvon
It has since been sold to another noble lord—the Earl of Carnarvon.The Book-Collector
William Carew Hazlitt
I named the range of which it is the highest point, Carnarvon Range.
He knew nothing of the Carnarvon incident, and was incensed to discover it.Lord Randolph Churchill
Winston Spencer Churchill
They were on their way to Carnarvon for Mondays performance.Through Welsh Doorways
Jeannette Augustus Marks
There is one round tower, but the others are angular like those of Carnarvon.British Castles
Charles H. Ashdown
- a variant spelling of Caernarfon
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