[ker-kawl-dee, -kaw-dee, -kah-]
- a city in SE Fife, in E Scotland, on the Firth of Forth.
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Examples from the Web for kirkcaldy
He is no more fit for her than I to be a page, says the brawny, grizzled, Kirkcaldy of Grange.
She surrendered to Kirkcaldy of Grange: on what terms, if on any, is not to be ascertained.
For three years it was held for Mary by Kirkcaldy, while the city was disloyal.The Spell of Scotland
For his wages, he spoiled Kinghorn, Kirkcaldy, and as much of Dysart as he might.
While at Kirkcaldy he crossed to Edinburgh and called on Jeffrey.Thomas Carlyle
Hector Carsewell Macpherson
- a port in E Scotland, in SE Fife on the Firth of Forth. Pop: 46 912 (2001)
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