glen[ glen ]SEE DEFINITION OF glen
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GLEN
Sabbath or no Sabbath, the Glen cannot let him pass without some tribute of their pride.
Before long they reached a sort of glen, at the bottom of which was a winding river.
There were three men sleeping in the glen, and the face of one was plainly to be seen.
There is a river famous for trout that rises in Sulby glen and flows into Ramsey harbour.
They could hear the jolting of the laden cart on its way down the glen.
Are you asking me did I know you when I found you in the glen?
That's the churning of the nightjar going up to Ballure glen.
They are found now and then on small upper windows, as at Glen Fern.
There is a little ruin at the bottom of this glen; you must remember it well.
If you like, we'll ride there; I have heard that the glen is beautiful higher up.