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Dunsinane

[duhn-suh-neyn, duhn-suh-neyn] /ˈdʌn səˌneɪn, ˌdʌn səˈneɪn/
noun
1.
a hill NE of Perth, in central Scotland: a ruined fort on its summit is traditionally called Macbeth's Castle. 1012 feet (308 meters).
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Dunsinane

/dʌnˈsɪnən/
noun
1.
a hill in central Scotland, in the Sidlaw Hills: the ruined fort at its summit is regarded as Macbeth's castle. Height: 308 m (1012 ft)
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The pronunciationˈdʌnsɪˌneɪn is used in Shakespeare's Macbeth for the purposes of rhyme
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