North Channel

  1. a strait between SW Scotland and NE Ireland. 14 miles (23 km) wide at the narrowest point.

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How to use North Channel in a sentence

  • The North Channel of the Amazon was beyond again, with more islands, about which the chart confessed less knowledge.

    The Sea and the Jungle | H. M. Tomlinson
  • The wind blowing fresh up channel, the captain concluded to run out of the North Channel.

    Torrey's Narrative | William Torrey
  • But suppose there should be an enemy submarine in the North Channel that hadn't much fuel left, how could she renew her supply?

    Johnstone of the Border | Harold Bindloss
  • It is not unusual, according to the wind, to go by the North Channel.

  • From the north side of the island and near its west end to the coast of Labrador the North Channel is fifteen miles wide.

    Voyage of the Paper Canoe | Nathaniel H. Bishop

British Dictionary definitions for North Channel

North Channel

  1. a strait between NE Ireland and SW Scotland, linking the North Atlantic with the Irish Sea

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