a chalk promontory in NE England, on the coast of the East Riding of Yorkshire
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How to use Flamborough Head in a sentence
But as the vessel neared Flamborough Head the captain and crew became disturbed by many anxieties.Heroines That Every Child Should Know | Various
Great quantities are used in the neighbourhood of Flamborough Head early in the nesting season.British Birds in their Haunts | Rev. C. A. Johns
The guillemot is one of our commonest cliff-birds, and is found in greatest abundance at Flamborough Head.Poachers and Poaching | John Watson
Flamborough Head, where the chalk attains to a height of 436 ft., is noticed elsewhere.Climbing in The British Isles. Vol. 1 - England | W. P. Haskett Smith
The heaviest gale ever experienced by the 'Sunbeam' was off Flamborough Head, in 1881.Yachting Vol. 1 | Various.