Definition of Dargles
1. dargle [n] - See also: dargle
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Literary usage of Dargles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Metropolitan (1843)
"Near the Glen of dargles is another valley, called " the Glen of tbe Mountains," the scenery of which is uncommonly grand and romantic ; indeed, ..."
2. The British Tourists: Or, Traveller's Pocket Companion, Through England by William [Fordyce] Mavor (1809)
"The environs of Powerscourt, particularly the Glen of dargles, ... dargles is a deep narrow valley, about a mile long, bounded by steep, sylvan, craggy, ..."
3. Biographical Dictionary of Painters, Sculptors, Engravers, and Architects by John Gould (1838)
"The sublime and beautiful scenery of the dargles, Powerscourt Park, ... Of the latter, the following arc the best— A View of the dargles, ..."
4. Dictionary of National Biography by Leslie Stephen, Sidney Lee (1885)
"His etchings include: 'A View of the dargles near Dublin,' ' Six Views of Cottages near London,' ' A large Landscape with Cottages,' and ' A View of ..."
5. The History of the Royal Academy of Arts from Its Foundation in 1768 to the by William Sandby (1862)
"Though recommended by his friend and patron, Edmund Burke, to study pictures, nature was his prototype, and the beautiful scenery of the dargles, ..."