Jutland

[ US /ˈdʒətɫənd/ ]
NOUN
  1. peninsula in northern Europe that forms the continental part of Denmark and a northern part of Germany
  2. an indecisive naval battle in World War I (1916); fought between the British and German fleets off the northwestern coast of Denmark
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How To Use Jutland In A Sentence

  • My grandparents have swum in the North Sea all their lives, mainly from the coast of Jutland, which is even further towards the North Pole than Norfolk. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grandmothers
  • Admiral Jellicoe found fame in Word War One as the admiral who led the British Navy at the Battle of Jutland.
  • In 1987 66,000 fry were released in the river and in a few other south Jutland rivers from which the houting has disappeared since the beginning of the century.
  • Allingham was the last known survivor of the Battle of Jutland, considered the greatest battle of World War I.
  • Aarhus is Denmark's second city and the capital of Jutland, famous notably for its Old Town.
  • Ocean, and at Degerhamm on the Baltic, where the water is only one-seventh as salt as the North Sea, while the concrete blocks were built up in the form of a breakwater or groyne at Thyboron on the west coast of Jutland. The Sewerage of Sea Coast Towns
  • A strait of the North Sea between southwest Sweden and eastern Jutland, Denmark. It connects with the North Sea through the Skagerrak.
  • His father had been an embittered hired hand to a poor tenant farmer in the forsaken moorlands of Jutland.
  • My wife's grandfather went through the battle of Jutland as a sixteen-year-old midshipman.
  • Only major encounter between the British and German fleets in World War I, fought in the Skagerrak, an arm of the North Sea off the coast of Jutland (Denmark).
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