Windermere

[win-der-meer]
noun
  1. Lake, a lake in NW England, between Westmorland and Lancashire: the largest lake in England. 10.5 miles (17 km) long; 5.67 sq. mi. (15 sq. km).
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  • And at last it was settled, and here I am in the train, half-way to Windermere.

    Parkhurst Boys

    Talbot Baines Reed

  • He sent this letter to the poste restante at Windermere, as Lily had directed.

    Tongues of Conscience

    Robert Smythe Hichens

  • "He is staying a few days at Windermere with some friends," Miss Chester went on.

    A Bachelor Husband

    Ruby M. Ayres

  • If he likes Windermere, I dare say he will stay for a week or so.

    A Bachelor Husband

    Ruby M. Ayres

  • That far, silvery streak, lying shimmering and blue, is Windermere.


British Dictionary definitions for windermere

Windermere

noun
  1. a lake in NW England, in Cumbria in the SE part of the Lake District: the largest lake in England. Length: 17 km (10.5 miles)Sometimes (less correctly) called: Lake Windermere
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