[ louth ]
/ laʊθ /
a county in Leinster province, in the NE Republic of Ireland. 317 sq. mi. (820 sq. km). County seat: Dunkalk.
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How to use Louth in a sentence
Every morning quite early she was to be seen, perfectly mounted, cantering in the Row, often with Rupert Louth beside her.
Louth was really struck by her activity and competence, and said of her that she was a damned good sport and as active as a cat.
It was her fate to open Rupert Louth's eyes, to make him see; it was her fate to force her will into a last strong spasm.
Two or three days later Louth called, mounted on one of her horses, to take her for a ride in the park.
British Dictionary definitions for Louth
a county of NE Republic of Ireland, in Leinster province on the Irish Sea: the smallest of the counties. County town: Dundalk. Pop: 101 821 (2002). Area: 821 sq km (317 sq miles)
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