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Dunbarton

[duhn-bahr-tn] /dʌnˈbɑr tn/
noun
1.
Dumbarton (def 1).
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  • Dunbarton blew a smoke ring toward the ceiling, thoughtfully.

    On the Lightship Herman Knickerbocker Viel
  • And when he was discovered and Dunbarton's guns began to play on us—hell and fire!

    Mistress Wilding Rafael Sabatini
  • Their visit to Dunbarton was all happiness and reparation for the doleful days at Bennington.

    The Virginian Owen Wister
  • Dunbarton interrupted, relinquishing his grasp upon his knee.

    On the Lightship Herman Knickerbocker Viel
  • "There will be time enough for both, I trust, when we reach Dunbarton," answered the page.

    The Abbot Sir Walter Scott
  • My own observation has been altogether in favor of Dunbarton in this particular.

  • As they did so the rattle of wheels was heard coming from the direction of Dunbarton.

  • His son, Caleb, was the author of the "History of Dunbarton," published in 1860.

  • Though the rough and rocky soil is poorly adapted to cultivation, Dunbarton is, and always has been, emphatically a farming town.

  • The daughters of Dunbarton are not less worthy of mention than her sons.

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