Definition of Cleugh
1. clough [n -S] - See also: clough
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Literary usage of Cleugh
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Laws which Regulate the Deposition of Lead Ore in Veins: Illustrated by by William Wallace (1861)
"In the short length of ground between the two powerful Coal cleugh cross veins, this east and west vein contained no lead ore in the Great Limestone stratum ..."
2. Reports of the Late John Smeaton, F.R.S., Made on Various Occasions, in the by John Smeaton (1837)
"... concerning the Hydraulic Engine, invented by Mr. WILLIAM WESTGARTH, of Coal cleugh, in the County of Northumberland, for raising Water by Water. MR. ..."
3. The Hereditary Sheriffs of Galloway: Their "forebears" and Friends, Their by Andrew Agnew (1893)
"... XXI PINKEY cleugh AD 1544 to 1547 " Fight on, my men," Sir Andrew said, " A little I'm hurt, but not yett slaine, I'll bot lye down and bleed awhile, ..."