[jed-bur-oh, -buhr-oh or, esp. British, -bruh]
- a border town in the Borders region, in SE Scotland: ruins of an abbey.
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The realme was quartered, and men war laid in Jedburgh and Kelso.
The Scots were to muster at Jedburgh for a raid into England.A Bundle of Ballads
It was worth a journey to Jedburgh, and a long one, to hear him recite it.In Unfamiliar England
Thomas Dowler Murphy
She fell ill on October 17, a week before Bothwells arrival at Jedburgh.The Mystery of Mary Stuart
By it went the road from Jedburgh, and in it is the site of the Battle of Otterburn, 1388.The Bruce