/ (ˈlʌndɪ) /

  1. an island in SW England, in Devon, in the Bristol Channel: now a bird sanctuary. Pop: 28 (2007)

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How to use Lundy in a sentence

  • Sir Richard Lundy went over to Percy, 'saying that he would no longer war in company with men in discord and at variance.'

    King Robert the Bruce | A. F. Murison
  • It stays on through the winter, but never remains to breed as it does regularly at Lundy Island.

  • We moved rapidly back, and succeeded in recapturing one of the guns in "Lundy's Lane."

  • It did not take us long to inspect Lundy Island, for it is only about two and a half miles long, and less than a mile wide.

  • Instow , a small but very ancient port, at the point where the Taw and the Torridge meet, has weekly communication with Lundy.

    Devonshire | Francis A. Knight