/ (ˌdʌndʒəˈnɛs) /

  1. a low shingle headland on the S coast of England, in Kent: two nuclear power stations: automatic lighthouse

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How to use Dungeness in a sentence

  • Once outside the harbour a straight course can be laid for Dungeness, eighteen miles distant.

  • That night I came back to the Kent coast and lay upon the bottom in shallow water near Dungeness.

    Danger! and Other Stories | Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Very soon the fog cleared away, and as soon as it did so we saw the light on Dungeness close aboard.

    The Log of a Sea-Waif | Frank T. Bullen