[ sol-wey ]
/ ˈsɒl weɪ /
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an arm of the Irish Sea between SW Scotland and NW England. 38 miles (61 km) long.
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How to use Solway Firth in a sentence
Flounder trampers walk barefoot in the waters of Scotland’s Solway Firth and other shallows on a receding tide, when flatfish lay buried on the bottom.10 ways people hunt and fish without bullets or hooks|Steven Hill/Field & Stream|October 4, 2021|Popular-Science
Carboniferous rocks appear in small faulted tracts, unconformable on the Silurian, on 832 the shores of the Solway Firth.
When there were storms at sea, vessels would come into Solway Firth for a safe harbor.Four American Naval Heroes|Mabel Beebe
They went with the intention of taking up their quarters at Kirkcudbright, or some watering-place on the Solway Firth.Charlotte Bront|T. Wemyss Reid
Esk (esk), a river in Scotland flowing into the Solway Firth.Elson Grammar School Literature, Book Four.|William H. Elson
Then he was put to work in a big town on the other side of the Solway Firth.Stories of Our Naval Heroes|Various
British Dictionary definitions for Solway Firth
/ (ˈsɒlweɪ) /
an inlet of the Irish Sea between SW Scotland and NW England. Length: about 56 km (35 miles)
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