The journey over from Exmoor was harder on him than they thought it would be.
Yes, that was the mighty man of Exmoor, to whom thou owest more than life.
These moor-like stretches bear a resemblance to parts of Exmoor.
Exmoor, it seems, was white as ashes, but his eyes still blazed.
The only part of England in which it is now really wild is Exmoor, where it is still quite plentiful.
My first view of the Quantocks was had, some years ago, from Exmoor.
I know, from my own experience, what it is to be caught in an Exmoor fog.'
Exmoor in some respects is finer than Dartmoor, in others less fine.
The Dartmoor and Exmoor sheep are “the breeds of the older forests, commons and chases.”
I put on these togs and we got a vehicle and drove around by the Exmoor road.