Frith

Part of speech: noun

Same as FIRTH.

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Usage examples "frith":

  1. That old Mr. Frith had, Clarence used to say, a perfectly venomous way of accepting his salute, and seemed always surprised and disappointed if he came in in time, or showed up correct work. - "Chantry House", Charlotte M. Yonge.
  2. The mountain is easy of access; and, standing in some measure detached, the view from the summit, particularly to the north and west, is not intercepted by other mountains: it comprehends the principal part of the county, including the coast from St. Bees Head to the head of Solway Frith, with its several bays and promontories, the Isle of Man, and a considerable portion of the southern part of Scotland. - "The Ports, Harbours, Watering-places and Picturesque Scenery of Great Britain Vol. 1", William Finden.
  3. At that second Ted Frith ran along shouting, '7: 30. Better hurry. - "Short Stories of Various Types", Various.