Great Belt

  1. a strait in Denmark, between Zealand and Funen islands, linking the Kattegat with the Baltic: Danish name: Store Bælt

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How to use Great Belt in a sentence

  • She had struck into a Great Belt of plantations bounding one side of the ducal estate.

    Marriage la mode | Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • The pig, Iron Hair, wears a Great Belt of buckskin about his middle.

    The Snow-Burner | Henry Oyen
  • Mechanically he glanced up to the point on the Great Belt from which the child had fallen, and measured the distance to the floor.

    The Power and the Glory | Grace MacGowan Cooke
  • There was a broader arm of the sea to cross, the Great Belt, about twelve miles wide.

  • The Great Belt of deserts and steppes extending across the Old World gives us a vast territory of rare historical uniformity.

    Influences of Geographic Environment | Ellen Churchill Semple