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Lymington

noun
  1. 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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Historical Examples

  • Yes; I came with my father and four other gentlemen to Lymington.

    The New Forest Spy

    George Manville Fenn

  • About getting me down to Lymington, and on board a fishing-boat.

    The New Forest Spy

    George Manville Fenn

  • He will not be had eating, and I can sell all I can carry in the cart at Lymington.

  • Lymington is full of troopers, and they are not over civil,” replied Benjamin.

  • In the same way they crossed to Lymington in different boats.