Thesaurus / firth
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The men are smart fishermen, distinguished from the other fishermen of the Firth chiefly by their "dredging song."

Christie JohnstoneCharles Reade

The sails were closely reefed, and she at once put out into the Firth.

Mr. Firth was empowered to swear in witnesses and take testimony.

This poem is in the Firth MS., which clearly is a transcript of the preceding.

In passing, Mr. Pool hailed that he must run for the Firth of Forth to prevent the vessel from “riding under.”

The tide was about half ebb and broad belts of sand rose among the glistering channels in the firth.

A rocky fishing-ground in the Firth of Forth, which gives name to the fish called Hettle-codling.

The Sailor's Word-BookWilliam Henry Smyth

The firth was full of ships, and I counted fifty-four heads of mountains, of which at least forty-four were cones or pyramids.

Mr. Selby found them breeding in the Solway and in the Firth of Clyde.

Reptiles and BirdsLouis Figuier

Firth did; and he was the right person, as he was one of the strongest.

The Crofton BoysHarriet Martineau

WORDS RELATED TO FIRTH

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.