Examples from the Web for devon
She also translated a French novel for the publisher Andre Deutsch while in Devon.
I read that you recorded it at a converted barn in Devon, UK.
As the deadline for the list approached, I talked to my friend and fellow writer Devon Maloney.Writer of Complex’s ‘40 Hottest Women in Tech’ List: I Tried!|Luke Winkie|March 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Capt. Devon Blake is a fellow graduate of West Point and a military intelligence officer.Scott Broadwell Proves to Be a Class Act in the Wake of His Wife’s Affair|Michael Daly|November 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Devon James, on the other hand, is more pleased—albeit with a caveat.New Tiger Woods Porno Will Be Released in Time for the Masters|Richard Abowitz|April 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I can work upon my notes for the autumn book in Devon better than in London.The Orchard of Tears|Sax Rohmer
There is said to be hardly a parish in all Devon in which a Courtenay did not hold land.Devonshire|Francis A. Knight
"Devons" are a smaller breed common in Somerset, Devon and Cornwall.Animal Proteins|Hugh Garner Bennett
One species of the typical genus is sometimes found off the coasts of Cornwall and Devon.
It is brightly coloured, but not graceful in form, and is often caught in large numbers off the coasts of Devon and Cornwall.
Word Origin for devon
county name, Old English Defena(scir), late 9c., "(territory of the) Dumnonii," a Celtic name. As a type of cattle, from 1834.