Returning from exmouth, she was glad to see her house again; now she had rather a thousand times die than go back.
He was born at exmouth,” she answered; “is exmouth in Norfolk?
The sailor became afterwards Admiral Nesham, who lived to serve his country for many years, and died at exmouth in 1853.
I was knocking about exmouth with nothing to do, and it was pleasant to be at work on something.
I met the husband and wife and two lovely children, one summer, at exmouth.
In 1907 only 2627 inches of rain fell at exmouth, for example.
He knew it during her absence at exmouth, more still now that she was away in London.
Mr. Westlake was also at exmouth, but much engaged in literary work.
After its more modern terraces were built up the hillside, exmouth became the first seaside resort in Devon.
The enchanted life of those first weeks at exmouth was now resumed.