[ ka-trin ]
/ ˈkæ trɪn /
Loch, a lake in central Scotland. 8 miles (13 km) long.
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How to use Katrine in a sentence
“Good-night, dearest,” cried Katrine, kissing Lydia affectionately.
“Thank you,” he said with a sigh; and she saw him glance in the direction of Katrine.
He nodded, and left the room, and Katrine glanced at the doctor.
“Surely you have all our sympathy, Mr Capel,” said Katrine, innocently.
British Dictionary definitions for Katrine
noun Loch Katrine
a lake in central Scotland, east of Loch Lomond: noted for its associations with Sir Walter Scott's Lady of the Lake. Length: about 13 km (8 miles)
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