- a lake in Westmoreland, in NW England. 1 mile (1.6 km) long.
- a village on this lake: Wordsworth's home 1790–1808.
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Examples from the Web for grasmere
She was possibly on her way to an exclusive, post-wedding brunch at the Grasmere Estate.The Knot Is Tied!
Chris Wilson, Jacob Bernstein
July 31, 2010
And your English lakes—Vindermere, Grasmere they, then, unhealthy?Howards End
E. M. Forster
In fair weather the older children could go to the Grasmere school.The Old Castle and Other Stories
Since you pass Grasmere on your way home, will you kindly leave this note?
He reached the garden gate of Grasmere, lifted the latch, and entered.
Do not let me take you out of your way; I am going on to Grasmere.
- a village in NW England, in Cumbria at the head of Lake Grasmere: home of William Wordsworth and of Thomas de Quincey
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