Goose Bay


noun
  1. an air base in S central Labrador, in Newfoundland, in E Canada, on the great circle route between New York and London: used as a fuel stop by some transatlantic airplanes.

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How to use Goose Bay in a sentence

  • Proceeding about three miles the first camp was made on the south shore of Goose Bay, amid an abundance of mosquitoes.

    Bowdoin Boys in Labrador | Jonathan Prince Cilley, Jr.
  • The head of the lake is full of sand bars and shoals, much resembling the mouth of the river as it opens out into Goose Bay.

    Bowdoin Boys in Labrador | Jonathan Prince Cilley, Jr.
  • The boat turned out into the broad channel and into Goose Bay.

    Ungava Bob | Dillon Wallace