Definition of Loch achray
1. Noun. A lake in central Scotland.
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Literary usage of Loch achray
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Poems and Plays of John Masefield by John Masefield (1918)
"THE YARN OF THE "loch achray" The "loch achray" was a clipper tall With seven-and-twenty hands in all. Twenty to hand and reef and haul, A skipper to sail ..."
2. An Introduction to Poetry by Jay Broadus Hubbell, John Owen Beaty (1922)
"THE YARN OF THE "loch achray" The "loch achray" was a clipper tall With seven-and-twenty hands in all. ..."
3. Poems of Places by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1876)
"loch achray. Allan Rams- THE Minstrel came once more to view The eastern ridge of Benvenue, For ere he parted, he would say Farewell to lovely loch achray, ..."
4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1826)
"That wilderness seemed to us to lie below clouds from loch achray to Loch Katrine. It is the Place of Roes—nor need the ..."