Great Yarmouth


noun
  1. a seaport in E Norfolk, in E England.

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How to use Great Yarmouth in a sentence

  • But the chain of links did not stop, northward, at Great Yarmouth.

    Fifty Years of Golf | Horace G. Hutchinson
  • He was a native of Great Yarmouth, where his father practised as surgeon.

    Norfolk Annals | Charles Mackie
  • And what was that sediment, strongly resembling the sand at Great Yarmouth, at the bottom of the cup?

  • I had steamed her round to our fitting yard at Great Yarmouth, and had her fitted for our work before sailing.

    A Labrador Doctor | Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
  • Mr. Palmer was the author of several antiquarian works, the best known of which is his “Perlustration of Great Yarmouth.”

    Norfolk Annals | Charles Mackie

British Dictionary definitions for Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth

/ (ˈjɑːməθ) /


noun
  1. a port and resort in E England, in E Norfolk. Pop: 58 032 (2001)

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