Definition of Dargle
1. a dell [n -S] - See also: dell
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Literary usage of Dargle
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Black's Guide to Ireland by R. T. Lang, Adam and Charles Black (Firm) (1902)
"Bray to the dargle, Powerscourt, Glen of the Downs, etc. ... Soon after leaving Bray, the dargle is entered on foot and followed to Enniskerry,1 3 miles, ..."
2. Memorandums Made in Ireland in the Autumn of 1852 by John Forbes (1853)
"The glen of the dargle is about three miles from Bray, and is a mile in length. It is a fine example of a wooded ravine, and is extremely beautiful. ..."
3. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1843)
"GROUP I.—North of tne dargle and of the Liffey. 1, Prince William's Seat (on ... Between the dargle and the Liffey on the north ; the Avon-more on the east ..."
4. The Stranger in Ireland, Or, A Tour in the Southern and Western Parts of by John Carr (1806)
"THE dargle DESCRIBED....LINES.... THE CONTRAST ROSANNA DEVIL'S GLEN DWYER FIDELITY. A.FTER quitting the Castle, as the day proved very fine, ..."
5. Arthur Young's Tour in Ireland (1776-1779) by Arthur Young, John Parker Anderson (1892)
"The dargle.— Return to Dublin. FROM Ross took the road towards Wexford, and found upon enquiry that I was got into quite a different country from what I had ..."