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Trossachs

[ tros-uhks ]
/ ˈtrɒs əks /
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noun
a valley in central Scotland, in Perth county, near Loch Katrine.
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Trossachs
/ (ˈtrɒsəks) /

noun the Trossachs (functioning as plural or singular)
a narrow wooded valley in central Scotland, between Loch Achray and Loch Katrine: made famous by Sir Walter Scott's descriptions
(popularly) the area extending northwards from Loch Ard and Aberfoyle to Lochs Katrine, Achray, and Venachar
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