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Malvern Hills

[mawl-vern, maw-] /ˈmɔl vərn, ˈmɔ-/
a range of hills in W England, bisecting Hereford and Worcester: highest point, 1395 feet (425 meters).
a city in Hereford and Worcester, in W England.

Malvern Hill

[mal-vern] /ˈmæl vərn/
a plateau in E Virginia, SE of Richmond: battle 1862. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • When the sick man was come out of his swoon he said again, I will go a-wandering on the Malvern Hills.

    Long Will Florence Converse
  • Away towards the south-east rise the graceful peaks of the Malvern Hills, with the Cotswolds far beyond them.

    Nooks and Corners of Shropshire H. Thornhill Timmins
  • Her father had a country house near Malvern, and over the Malvern Hills the child loved to roam.

    Great Englishwomen M. B. Synge
  • Our white men are now changing their base of operations daily, and often taking Malvern Hills.

  • Jacob sat gazing out straight before him at the Malvern Hills, the chain of which lay against the sky in the distance.

  • Jane Preen was standing near the old garden arbour, from which could be seen by daylight the long chain of the Malvern Hills.

    Johnny Ludlow, Sixth Series Mrs. Henry Wood
  • I do not believe that even in Canada the skating can be better than that which was within our reach in the Malvern Hills.

    Station Amusements Lady Barker
  • She died a naturalized British subject in her country-home in the Malvern Hills in 1887.

  • Now, as the train steamed away on its windings and turnings, the Malvern Hills would glide into view; and now be lost again.

    Johnny Ludlow, Third Series Mrs. Henry Wood
  • Behind it rose two ridges, the Malvern Hills and above them the Welsh mountains.

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