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See definition of meres on Dictionary.com
  • as inlake
  • as inpool
  • as inboundary

synonyms for meres

  • basin
  • lagoon
  • pond
  • pool
  • reservoir
  • creek
  • loch
  • mere
  • millpond
  • mouth
  • sluice
  • spring
  • tarn
  • inland sea
  • lakelet
  • perimeter
  • barrier
  • borderline
  • frontier
  • confines
  • edge
  • horizon
  • line
  • border
  • frame
  • circumscription
  • rim
  • radius
  • verge
  • mete
  • pale
  • brink
  • borderland
  • ambit
  • end
  • skirt
  • mark
  • terminal
  • periphery
  • hem
  • march
  • environs
  • extent
  • compass
  • precinct
  • beginning
  • outpost
  • circumference
  • terminus
  • mere
  • outline
  • extremity
  • fringe
  • termination
  • margin
  • side
  • limits
  • abuttals
  • line of demarcation
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How to use meres in a sentence

This isle of Ely, a large but low plateau surrounded by meres and marshes, was of old a place of note.
THE RIVERS OF GREAT BRITAIN: RIVERS OF THE EAST COASTVARIOUS
The Old English place-names, associating Grendel as they do with meres and swamps, seem rather to support this.
BEOWULFR. W. CHAMBERS
These are not "Shakespeare's sug'rd Sonnets amongst his private friends" to which Meres makes reference.
THE MYSTERY OF FRANCIS BACONWILLIAM T. SMEDLEY
When the lad was quite well, we should all do the Friesland meres, before we returned to Kilkenny.
THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF O'NEILL IN HOLLANDJ. IRWIN BROWN
He would go back and see the old house, and the cattle-pastures, and the meres and fens of his boyhood.
HEREWARD, THE LAST OF THE ENGLISHCHARLES KINGSLEY
And so through all the fens came true what the wild-fowl said upon the meres, that Hereward was come again.
HEREWARD, THE LAST OF THE ENGLISHCHARLES KINGSLEY
Undeniably Meres, in 1598, recognises Shakespeare as both playwright and poet.
THE VALET'S TRAGEDY AND OTHER STORIESANDREW LANG
The best we can say for it is that vast numbers of persons may, by the still waters of these meres, enjoy the pleasures of hope.
ANGLING SKETCHESANDREW LANG
Davison had brought these with him and a little collection of other things which he thought Meres might care to look at.
THE INVADERMARGARET L. WOODS
On the day following Sir Cyril Meres's luncheon-party she arrived in her usual fashion.
THE INVADERMARGARET L. WOODS
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