[ sen-lak ]
/ ˈsɛn læk /
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a hill in SE England: believed by some historians to have been the site of the Battle of Hastings, 1066.
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To which the outlaws replied, we are at open war with you, at least as honourable a war as you waged at Senlac.The House of Walderne|A. D. Crake
Then follows the whole story leading up to the flight of the English at Senlac Hill.Normandy, Complete|Gordon Home
It could not, on a narrow strip, show us 'the hill of Senlac', but it could—and would—show us the alleged palisade.
Man by man the warriors fell in the ranks in which they stood, like the English defenders of the banner of Harold at Senlac.The Thirty Years' War|Samuel Rawson Gardiner
Meanwhile Harold had gathered his forces, and they were assembled on Senlac Hill, an advantageous position.Brave Men and Women|O.E. Fuller
British Dictionary definitions for Senlac
/ (ˈsɛnlæk) /
a hill in Sussex: site of the Battle of Hastings in 1066
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