[ don-i-gawl, don-i-gawl ]
/ ˈdɒn ɪˌgɔl, ˌdɒn ɪˈgɔl /
a county in the N Republic of Ireland. 1,865 sq. mi. (4,830 sq. km). County seat: Lifford.
Also called Donegal tweed . a plain or herringbone tweed with colored slubs.
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Words nearby Donegal
, done deal
, done for
, done in
, Donelson, Fort
, donepezil hydrochloride
, doner kebab
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2022
How to use Donegal in a sentence
"Now, then, down wid him," whispered the proprietor of the Donegal Shades.
In some parts of Donegal it is wine, not beer, that the Danes are said to have made.
British Dictionary definitions for Donegal
/ (ˈdɒnɪˌɡɔːl, ˌdɒnɪˈɡɔːl, ˌdʌnɪˈɡɔːl) /
a county in NW Republic of Ireland, on the Atlantic: mountainous, with a rugged coastline and many offshore islands. County town: Lifford. Pop: 137 575 (2002). Area: 4830 sq km (1865 sq miles)
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