ungodly, a town in the south of Judah (Josh. 15:30); probably the same as Bethul (19:4) and Bethuel (1 Chr. 4:30); now Khelasa.
The more popular On chesil Beach by Ian McEwan was expected to win, but proved to be divisive among the committee members.
The contrast between the hilly country to the west and the long sweep of the chesil Beach backed by the "fleets" is very striking.
In Chisholm the first element may mean pebble; cf. chesil Beach.
I shall not forget yet awhile our fat Concilipetes of chesil.
What would honesty be worth in a hurricane off the chesil Beach?
chesil Beach, a neck of land on the Devonshire coast, 15 m. long, being a ridge of loose pebbles and shingle.
Just fancy one of our Jack-tars diving from the chesil Bank and finding a mate like that below!
The isle is connected with the mainland by chesil Bank, a remarkable beach of shingle.
Again, the long pebble wall of the chesil Bank and the barrier "fleets" of middle Wessex are a real sanctuary of the wild.