[gree-nuh k, gren-uh k]
- a seaport in the Strathcylde region, in SW Scotland, on the Firth of Clyde.
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Examples from the Web for greenock
My next craft was the Camillus, a ship that was bound to Greenock, via Charleston.Ned Myers
James Fenimore Cooper
But she might have gone to Greenock and waited for the steamer there.
Maurice had left the brig at the quay at Greenock ready to sail.The Northern Iron
George A. Birmingham
Watt was alone and very unhappy during a visit he made to Greenock.
A supply was sent to Greenock, then the port of Glasgow, and sold by his father.
- a port in SW Scotland, in Inverclyde on the Firth of Clyde: shipbuilding and other marine industries. Pop: 45 467 (2001)
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