[ kil-ee-krang-kee ]
/ ˌkɪl iˈkræŋ ki /
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a mountain pass in central Scotland, in the Grampians.
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How to use Killiecrankie in a sentence
Bispham sang the "Erlkonig" and "Killiecrankie" and the "Grenadiers" and several other songs.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete|Albert Bigelow Paine
There was an old song called Killiecrankie, which, with some alterations, was inserted in Johnson's Museum (p. 302).
One of his best parts is the Duke of Killiecrankie, in which his witty and delightful personality gets full play.Forty Years of 'Spy'|Leslie Ward
About five miles south of this stronghold, the valley of the Garry contracts itself into the celebrated glen of Killiecrankie.
He therefore raised the siege of Blair Castle, and retired with a few followers into the defile of Killiecrankie.
British Dictionary definitions for Killiecrankie
/ (ˌkɪlɪˈkræŋkɪ) /
a pass in central Scotland, in the Grampians: scene of a battle (1689) in which the Jacobites defeated William III's forces but lost their leader, Viscount Dundee
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