/ (ɑːˈbrəʊθ) /
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a port and resort in E Scotland, in Angus: scene of the barons of Scotland's declaration of independence to Pope John XXII in 1320. Pop: 22 785 (2001)
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How to use Arbroath in a sentence
Something more than a partiality for the novelist takes me now and then to the scene of the antiquary—Aberbrothock, or Arbroath.
The nearest town to the lighthouse is that of Aberbrothock, or Arbroath, in Forfarshire, about eleven miles distant.Smeaton and Lighthouses|John Smeaton
As we passed the towns of Montrose and Arbroath during the night, we saw nothing of them.A Yacht Voyage Round England|W.H.G. Kingston
It was characteristic of him, when in a pet, to wish he had been born other-where than by the pebbles of Arbroath.Shandygaff|Christopher Morley
The well-known paving flags of Arbroath belong to the lower part of the formation.