[ US /ˌnɔɹˈθist/ ]
  1. to, toward, or in the northeast
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How To Use north-east In A Sentence

  • Sinosteel, another Chinese-owned metals conglomerate, has plans to develop a massive opencast iron ore mine in the Weld range, a ridge of hills 400 miles north-east of Perth. Australia leases out mineral-rich land as China's hunger for resources grows
  • The sun shone high in the December sky and a cold north-east wind dried the countryside after weeks of rain.
  • Two trains collided head-on in north-eastern Germany early this morning.
  • The conical upper section of the mountain is reached and the well-defined, rocky path zig-zags to the short summit ridge with its steep drop into the ben's north-east corrie.
  • Temperatures are expected to drop even lower this evening as a north-eastern wind blows over the UK.
  • They found ‘high’ sulphur levels in some tree species from 20 to 40 miles in a north-easterly direction from Sudbury.
  • When I moved back to the north-east in the early 90s I travelled up with our furniture in a removal van with two blokes from the west end of Newcastle. Sportsmen and their women: history's great divide
  • He sent them off between the Sky and the Earth, one to the south, another to the east, another to the north-east.
  • Just before the 19.30 sets off in a north-easterly direction from King's Cross, she'll be standing on the door trying to keep order.
  • Mother Dairy has already launched a dairy whitener in the north-eastern market, while its butter business was kicked off last year.
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