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Frome

noun
  1. Lake Frome a shallow salt lake in NE South Australia: intermittently filled with water. Length: 100 km (60 miles). Width: 48 km (30 miles)
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Historical Examples

  • To the electors of Frome he spoke of the tremendous responsibility of the Ministers.

    The Grand Old Man

    Richard B. Cook

  • As farre (sayth one) is that frome a couetous man that he hath, as that he hath nat.

  • It was in 1247 that the course of the Frome was diverted to a new channel.

  • Next day we traveled to Frome's Hill, and visited the Saints by the way.

    Wilford Woodruff

    Matthias F. Cowley

  • It is a small grey cottage in the meadows by the Frome, opposite the gaol.

    Thomas Hardy's Dorset

    Robert Thurston Hopkins