Examples from the Web for donegal
And as the painful associations died away, we have long since returned to Donegal.Kilgorman|Talbot Baines Reed
Two months passed, and Pat had wandered far and wide over the county Donegal, when he chanced to arrive at Raphoe during a fair.Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry|William Butler Yeats
Good tweed, twenty-seven inches wide, may be bought in Donegal for a shilling a yard, and stout twills for one-and-sixpence.
She had, however, one living tie with Donegal at her side, for Dermod's old collie dog had become her inseparable companion.The Four Feathers|A. E. W. Mason
Everybody likes the Donegal peasants, and they deserve to be liked.
British Dictionary definitions for donegal
Word Origin and History for donegal
county in northern Ireland, from Irish Dun na nGall "fort of the foreigners" (in this case, the Danes); also see Galloway.