- a low shingle headland on the S coast of England, in Kent: two nuclear power stations: automatic lighthouse
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Examples from the Web for dungeness
When it comes to Dungeness crab, plain is perfect, but culinary adventurers should also try a house-made Dungeness crab burger.
It serves fish and chips and Dungeness crab only 12 hours a day, from eight to eight.
But Dungeness crab, the steak of the sea, is in season right now and is a wonderful “meaty” alternative to the heavier options.What to Eat: Winter Salads
December 1, 2009
When the ship arrived off Dungeness, the gale of the 29th began.
At Dungeness, in Kent, it flourishes even among the pebbles of the beach.Woodland Gleanings
The smaller fry of Channel shipping have crept into Dungeness or the Downs.The Grey Lady
Henry Seton Merriman
On June 6, 1862, this light was also introduced into the lighthouse at Dungeness, England.Inventions in the Century
William Henry Doolittle
On the 22nd, Roquefeuil appeared off Dungeness and anchored there.Naval Warfare
James R. Thursfield