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Coldstream

[ kohld-streem ]

noun

  1. a town in SE Berwick, in SE Scotland, on the Tweed River.


Coldstream

/ ˈkəʊldˌstriːm /

noun

  1. a town in SE Scotland, in Scottish Borders on the English border: the Coldstream Guards were formed here (1660). Pop: 1813 (2001)


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The marksman, a lance corporal in the Coldstream Guards, was 930 yards from his target when he squeezed the trigger.

He remained for eight years with the Coldstream Guards, most of the time being passed in London barracks.

I knew a Canadian missioner, turned Coldstream Guardsman, who was very strong and picturesque upon the point.

Yet another hard reader was a Coldstream Guardsman, a much younger man, and one of the handsomest in the hut.

He wisely fled, and shortly after enlisted as a private soldier in the Coldstream Guards, and was soon quartered in London.

From Coldstream, as soon as he heard the Rump was sitting, he had written to the Speaker for orders.

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