[ UK /lˈɪməɹˌɪk/ ]
[ US /ˈɫɪmɝɪk/ ]
  1. port city in southwestern Ireland
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How To Use Limerick In A Sentence

  • Somehow, they gathered themselves to beat Limerick in the first round of the qualifiers but the core discontent hadn't been addressed.
  • It is part of a plan to improve the green which will be part funded by West Limerick Resources.
  • Five weeks of club games and disrupted training sessions prefaced their match against Limerick.
  • I spent an hour recently trying to explain limericks to a Chinese from Tientsin; which left him bewildered, me frustrated, and the staff of the bar we were in, in hysterics.
  • Then hadn't it been Deeck, the phlegmatic militiaman who had taught her an English limerick? DISPLACED PERSON
  • A limerick novelist has just launched her second novel, a tale of a bored housewife with a dark secret.
  • Instead, resources are to be concentrated in the population density areas of greater Dublin with smaller investment recommended for Cork and Limerick.
  • A spokesperson for Limerick City Council said the freedom of the city has never been conferred posthumously.
  • But, as Limerick City Council, Limerick County Council and countless others are allowed sink so low that they cannot even empty the bins, Leinster House funks the fundamental issue.
  • Limerick Community Council has advised that recycling banks are now in place at the car park at Twohig's Supervalu, Killarney Road.
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