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Romney Marsh

Line breaks: Rom¦ney Marsh
Pronunciation: /ˈrɒmni
 
, ˈrʌmni/

Definition of Romney Marsh in English:

noun

A sheep of a stocky long-woolled breed originally from Kent and now common in New Zealand.
Example sentences
  • James Little was sent out from Scotland to New Zealand in charge of some Romney Marsh sheep being imported into Otago for two farmers, one of whom, Dr Webster, owned a property named Corriedale.

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