balmoral

[ bal-mawr-uh l, -mor-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF balmoral
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BALMORAL

He'll never build himself a Balmoral,' said the millionaire with a sneer.

Sarah looked at him, then towards Balmoral, and then she turned to him again.

I will go back to Balmoral;' and she turned to go up the hill.

But Sarah was wrong, for when the time came there was no gladness at Balmoral.

Meanwhile the night at Balmoral had not been much more restful.

It flashed across Sarah that they did not know of the fire at Balmoral.

I told you before I've had nought to do with the happenings at Balmoral.

I lost my all when I lost Balmoral, and he built up the fortune again.

Don't you breathe a word about the mills or Balmoral or anything.

I am so glad to see you, and so sorry to see Balmoral—I mean, not to see it.

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