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Lomond

[loh-muh nd] /ˈloʊ mənd/
noun
1.
Loch, a lake in W Scotland. 23 miles (37 km) long; 27 sq. mi. (70 sq. km).
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  • Lead has been worked in the Lomond Hills and copper and zinc have been met with, though not in paying quantities.

  • Our road ran in the deep defile that lies between the two great bens, Lomond and Venue .

    The Spell of Scotland Keith Clark
  • Ard is little, but a large-in-little, a one-act play to Lomond's big drama.

    The Spell of Scotland Keith Clark
  • He smiled grimly to himself as he walked away: they were all together, the lordship and the ladyship, young Lord Lomond too!

    The Marriage of Elinor Margaret Oliphant
  • I don't know what you call the fellow—but he's big enough to have a name of his own, and he's Lomond from this day.

    The Marriage of Elinor Margaret Oliphant
  • Of course the traveler should not come upon the land by way of Lomond.

    The Spell of Scotland Keith Clark
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Lomond

/ˈləʊmənd/
noun
1.
Loch Lomond, a lake in W Scotland, north of Glasgow: the largest Scottish lake; designated a national park in 2002. Length: about 38 km (24 miles). Width: up to 8 km (5 miles)
2.
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