/ (ˈlɪmɪŋtən) /
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a market town in S England, in SW Hampshire, on the Solent: yachting centre and holiday resort. Pop: 14 227 (2001)
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How to use Lymington in a sentence
A splendid dead run from the Lymington mark back to Cowes now takes place.Yachting Vol. 2|Various.
She desires that Benjamin saddles immediately, to carry a letter to Lymington; and you, Agatha, are to go upstairs to her.
They were picked up, strapped together as they were, by the other troopers, and carried to Lymington.
Feeling that there was now no more danger to be apprehended from them, Jacob set off as fast as he could for Lymington.
The next day Jacob took the venison into Lymington, and brought back the salt and other articles required.