- a village in NW England, in Cumbria on Rydal Water (a small lake). Rydal Mount, home of Wordsworth from 1813 to 1850, is situated here
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Contemporary Examples of rydal
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Historical Examples of rydal
The call of the cuckoo came to me from over Rydal Water as I passed along.Fresh Fields
Dr. Arnold named the three roads between Rydal and Grassmere.As the Crow Flies
Walter Phelps Dodge
The "mere" was probably Rydal, and the "ridge" that of Silver How.The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Vol. VII
Adam Fisher was the Rydal blacksmith, and doubtless a strong man.
In the year of the great outlay upon the roof , when Rydal produced 35.