Carmarthenshire

[kahr-mahr-thuh n-sheer, -sher]
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Historical Examples of carmarthenshire

  • He had been sent for, and all Carmarthenshire had been made to understand why it was to be so.

    Cousin Henry

    Anthony Trollope

  • Now he learned that such was not the general opinion in Carmarthenshire.

    Cousin Henry

    Anthony Trollope

  • Barrett states that it has been found commonly in Carmarthenshire, Wales.

  • Recruiting is responsible for a good story from Carmarthenshire.

    Anecdotes of the Great War

    Carleton Britton Case

  • In Pembrokeshire and southern Carmarthenshire are to be found traces of this belief.

    British Goblins

    Wirt Sikes


British Dictionary definitions for carmarthenshire

Carmarthenshire

noun
  1. a county of S Wales, formerly part of Dyfed (1974–96): on Carmarthen Bay, with the Cambrian Mountains in the N: generally agricultural (esp dairying). Administrative centre: Carmarthen. Pop: 176 000 (2003 est). Area: 2398 sq km (926 sq miles)
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