- a village in SW England, in Devon on the Bristol Channel: famous for its steep cobbled streets: tourism, fishing. Pop: 472 (2001)
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With this wind she should be off Clovelly by this time termorrer night.Wappin' Wharf
Charles S. Brooks
We do not stop at the Clovelly, which has so strangely gladdened our past summer.
Do you think that our Clovelly roses have come to be of themselves?
Nevertheless, the experiment was to be tried in Clovelly harbour.Rambles Beyond Railways;
"Folks in Clovelly hain't got nothin' to do with it, if I am," said Chester.Coniston, Complete