south

[ noun, adjective, adverb south; verb south, south ]
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The marsh appears to follow along the south side of the range.

By meridian altitude of sun, camp is in latitude 31 degrees 53 minutes South.

To the North, South, and East nothing but spinifex sand-hills in sight.

By observation, the camp was in latitude 31 degrees 42 minutes South.

I can bear witness to the value of her services in South Carolina and Florida.

He is going to be taken down South, and you will have a chance to see him.

He won't go this day with the wind rising from the south and west.

The year 1780, was the most eventful one, in the annals of South Carolina.

Immediately to the south rises the steep ridge known as the Chevin.

Their sole experience of prayer was connected with the South End Mission.

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