Exmoor

NOUN
  1. stocky breed of pony with a fawn-colored nose
  2. horned sheep of Devon; valued for mutton
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How To Use Exmoor In A Sentence

  • All the stones are local sandstone, undressed, and, in common with other circles on Exmoor, are fairly small in size, the largest only 1m long.
  • And that is where Heather and Holly come in - Exmoor ponies are an endangered native British breed, able to thrive on unimproved grassland.
  • Similarly I can recall seeing blackcock, grouse, ring ousel and merlin on Exmoor until the mid sixties.
  • There are a number of leats existing in Somerset and a typical example can be seen at the Mill at Warren Farm, Exmoor.
  • I live in Exmoor, which is designated as a national park.
  • Exmoor National Park stretches over 265 square miles of moor.
  • Bewildering indeed. Conspiracy theories have emerged faster than mushrooms in a damp Exmoor field. Some claim the shooting was a fiction, dreamed up to discourage trophy-hunters.
  • The terrain is very varied from the great expanse of Dartmoor to the gentler stretch of Exmoor.
  • Like enough, we could meet them man for man (if we chose all around the crown and the skirts of Exmoor), and show them what a cross-buttock means, because we are so stuggy; but in regard of stature, comeliness, and bearing, no woman would look twice at us. Lorna Doone
  • A coastal footpath runs through the village and Exmoor is near by, too. Times, Sunday Times
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