- a town and resort in W Scotland, in Argyll and Bute, on the Firth of Clyde. Pop: 8251 (2001)
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On a green rocky knoll are remains of the castle of Dunoon, once a residence of the family of Argyll.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
They took the castles of Dunoon and Roseneath, and laid waste many villages and farmsteads.
He and I were living “doon the watter,” at Dunoon, on the Clyde, one summer month.
The ship of Dunoon was captured by the men of Jura, and all on board were brutally slain.