loch

Part of speech: noun

A lake, bay, or inlet.

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Usage examples "loch":

  1. The dry fly is difficult to use on a loch, as there is no stream to move it, and however gently you draw it it makes a " wake"- a trail behind it. - "Angling Sketches", Andrew Lang.
  2. It minds me o' being in Loch Fyne, coming down from Crinan in ane o' Meester Macbrayne's bonnie boats on the way to Glasgie. - "Steve Young", George Manville Fenn.
  3. To the east of the house, up the loch, the scenery assumed a character much more striking and grand. - "The Three Commanders", W.H.G. Kingston.