/ (ˈsɪdmʊθ) /
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1st Viscount. See (Henry) Addington
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Words nearby Sidmouth
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How to use Sidmouth in a sentence
Having passed this rock, steer for 7, and pass within one mile of it, to avoid the shoals that extend off Cape Sidmouth.
So I don't mind leaving him in the least; and indeed he is going to Sidmouth himself, probably at the end of the week.Life of John Coleridge Patteson|Charlotte M. Yonge
There, extended on a sofa and smoking a cigar, he found Sidmouth Vane.Mr. Witt's Widow|Anthony Hope
I heard tell of him, often and often, when I had been down into Sidmouth, but never dreamt as it was him.
Sidmouth, for a long time, was passed by, by the world of holiday makers.