How to use Dundee in a sentence
Not since Crocodile Dundee graced our movie screens has a man from down under turned our world so upside down.
Its full name means "the fort on the water," just as Dundee (from Dun-tatha) probably meant "the fort on the Tay."Stories That Words Tell Us | Elizabeth O'Neill
The same day word was received of the enemy's approach to Dundee.Story of the War in South Africa | Captain A. T. Mahan, U.S.N.
With an oath, Dundee used his skeleton key to release the Yale lock with which the front door was equipped.Murder at Bridge | Anne Austin
Dundee asked, and was instantly sorry he had reminded his former chief of the collapse of his cherished and satisfying theory.Murder at Bridge | Anne Austin
There was the same slow and steady progress in the linen trade of Belfast and Dundee, and the silks of Spitalfields.History of the English People, Volume VIII (of 8) | John Richard Green
British Dictionary definitions for Dundee (1 of 2)
a port in E Scotland, in City of Dundee council area, on the Firth of Tay: centre of the former British jute industry; university (1967). Pop: 154 674 (2001)
City of Dundee a council area in E Scotland. Pop: 143 090 (2003 est). Area: 65 sq km (25 sq miles)
British Dictionary definitions for Dundee (2 of 2)
1st Viscount, title of John Graham of Claverhouse. ?1649–89, Scottish Jacobite leader, who died from his wounds after winning the battle of Killiecrankie
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