[ minch ]
/ mɪntʃ /
a sea channel between mainland Scotland and the Outer Hebrides islands. 25–45 miles (40–70 km) wide.See also Little Minch.
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Also called North Minch .
Words nearby Minch
, mince matters
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How to use Minch in a sentence
On the day when the fog fell and we ran down Alan's boat, we had been running through the Little Minch.
My dear, Mrs. Minch took her in her arms, Bess is better off.
He came down to dinner, but Lady Augusta Minch was very shy of him.
Beyond the bay is the Minch, bounded in the extreme distance by the Isle of Skye.
British Dictionary definitions for Minch
the Minch a channel of the Atlantic divided into the North Minch between the mainland of Scotland and the Isle of Lewis, and the Little Minch between the Isle of Skye and Harris and North Uist
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