The harbour of sidmouth was destroyed by the encroachment of the sea and the fall of the cliffs which formerly protected it.
She understood that Robin had been staying in sidmouth for his health.
But I thought of what my feelings would be if it were the Devonshire coast, somewhere about sidmouth, and no landing!'
Addington's description (Pellew, "sidmouth," i, 206) fixes the spot.
sidmouth—a village on the west bank of the Tamar, about 20 miles from Launceston.
Ellenborough owed his place in the cabinet to the influence of sidmouth.
From Seaton to sidmouth is nine miles by road and twenty-four by rail, with two changes and a possible third.
Those letters to sidmouth and the Prince were not to be forgotten or forgiven.
At sidmouth the old happy life of the past six months went on for a little while.
Meanwhile at sidmouth the clever Scotchman was enjoying his own acuteness.