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Coldstream

[kohld-streem] /ˈkoʊldˌstrim/
noun
1.
a town in SE Berwick, in SE Scotland, on the Tweed River.
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  • This salient was occupied by the Scots and the Coldstream Guards.

  • You will get your water for these lands from the Coldstream.

    Desert Conquest

    A. M. Chisholm
  • We put our money and our years of work into lands along the Coldstream.

    Desert Conquest

    A. M. Chisholm
  • Down there on the Coldstream the strict proprieties did not trouble them.

    Desert Conquest

    A. M. Chisholm
  • On all the ranches along the Coldstream there was water in plenty.

    Desert Conquest

    A. M. Chisholm
  • The Coldstream Guards were surrounded in the same way and fought in the same way.

  • From Coldstream, as soon as he heard the Rump was sitting, he had written to the Speaker for orders.

    Monk Julian Corbett
  • Beyond the Northamptons were the 1st Coldstream, who had been detached from the 1st Brigade.

    The First Seven Divisions Ernest W. Hamilton
  • The first battalion of the Coldstream and the third of the Grenadiers.

    Denis Dent Ernest W. Hornung
British Dictionary definitions for Coldstream

Coldstream

/ˈkəʊldˌstriːm/
noun
1.
a town in SE Scotland, in Scottish Borders on the English border: the Coldstream Guards were formed here (1660). Pop: 1813 (2001)
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