[ bahrn-stuh-puhl ]
/ ˈbɑrn stə pəl /
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a town in Devon, SW England.
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How to use Barnstaple in a sentence
See that they are courteously treated, and send them off under the escort of a troop to Barnstaple—at once.Crown and Sceptre|George Manville Fenn
We had seen the revolving light of the island before entering Barnstaple Bay.A Yacht Voyage Round England|W.H.G. Kingston
In Barnstaple the oldest pottery to survive until modern times was situated in the North Walk.
Barnstaple and its neighbor Bideford are today quiet market centers and summer resorts.
Of ovens made at Barnstaple there is much the same kind of evidence.
British Dictionary definitions for Barnstaple
/ (ˈbɑːnstəpəl) /
a town in SW England, in Devon, on the estuary of the River Taw: tourism, agriculture. Pop: 30 765 (2001)
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