[ fing-guh lz ]
/ ˈfɪŋ gəlz /
a cave on the island of Staffa, in the Hebrides, Scotland. 227 feet (69 meters) long; 42 feet (13 meters) wide.
(italics) an overture, opus 26, composed in 1832 by Felix Mendelssohn.
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British Dictionary definitions for fingal's cave
/ (ˈfɪŋɡəlz) /
a cave in W Scotland, on Staffa Island in the Inner Hebrides: basaltic pillars. Length: 69 m (227 ft). Height: 36 m (117 ft)
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