Cardigan Bay

  1. an inlet of St. George's Channel, on the W coast of Wales.

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How to use Cardigan Bay in a sentence

  • We were gliding smoothly on, and had got very nearly half across Cardigan Bay, when the weather gave signs of changing.

  • This he readily complied with, and they were soon skirting the rock-bound shores of Cardigan Bay.

    Grace Darling | Eva Hope
  • The commander of the expedition had doubted already at Ilfracombe—was he doubting again in Cardigan Bay?

  • It was now proposed to penetrate the uplands which lie between the banks of Sabrina and the shores of Cardigan Bay.

    The Story of the Cambrian | C. P. Gasquoine
  • The neighbourhood is agreeable, and the Cardigan Bay shore is shelving and suitable for safe bathing.

British Dictionary definitions for Cardigan Bay

Cardigan Bay

  1. an inlet of St George's Channel, on the W coast of Wales

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