Blarney Stone


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Blarney Stone

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(Placename) a stone in Blarney Castle, in the SW Republic of Ireland, said to endow whoever kisses it with the gift of the gab and skill in flattery
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Noun1.Blarney Stone - a stone in a castle in Ireland that is said to impart skill in flattery to anyone who kisses it
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Contestants should wear green and be prepared to answer questions about leprechauns and the Blarney stone.
It was therefore only a matter of time before I gave in to the gravitational pull of the world's most famous landmark for those born to blether - The Blarney Stone in Blarney Castle, near Cork.
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Top sees for a fee Begin your trip with a visit to Blarney Castle, Monacnapa, and discover the many facets of the historical site, including kissing the legendary Blarney Stone, rumoured to give 'the gift of the gab'.
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I like to tell my friends that in a few short years, I have stood on the Great Wall of China, watched the sunrise over the Taj Mahal, kissed the Blarney Stone and stood on the Great Pyramid.
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In their latest expedition, Let's Visit Dublin, Bella and Harry kiss the Blarney Stone, roam the National Leprechaun Museum and Trinity College Library, and eat chocolate potato cake and apple barley pudding.