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

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The Old English place-names, associating Grendel as they do with meres and swamps, seem rather to support this.
BEOWULFR. W. CHAMBERS
What does that fellow Meres mean by inventing such deviltries?
THE INVADERMARGARET L. WOODS
There is nothing at all to prove that Meres, native of Lincolnshire, had any personal knowledge of Shakespeare.
These are not "Shakespeare's sug'rd Sonnets amongst his private friends" to which Meres makes reference.
In less than an hour they arrived at Meres, waited for the diligence, and got in.
THE GRANDEEARMANDO PALACIO VALDS
Heywood refers to it as the work of Thomas Kyd, who is enumerated among the best tragic writers of his time by Meres.
"Mildred had only to peep in any glass to see Lady Hammerton, or some one sufficiently like her," observed Meres.
THE INVADERMARGARET L. WOODS
And when he can find no rivers then he draweth to great stanks47 and meres or to great marshes.
THE MASTER OF GAMESECOND DUKE OF YORK, EDWARD
But perhaps it is the clearness of still water and the mirrored skies of meres and pools that produces this crystalline virtue.
A MISCELLANY OF MENG. K. CHESTERTON
No one ever saw them again among the tarns and meres, dancing by moonlight.
BARBARA LYNNEMILY J. JENKINSON