Land's End


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Land's End

or Lands End  (lăndz′ ĕnd′)
A peninsula of southwest England on the coast of Cornwall. It is the westernmost point of the country.

Land's End

n
(Placename) a granite headland in SW England, on the SW coast of Cornwall: the westernmost point of England

Land's′ End′


n.
a cape in Cornwall that forms the SW tip of England.
References in classic literature ?
But such a gale was blowing that I did not dare attempt to land, and so we passed to the north of them, skirted Land's End, and entered the English Channel.
Neither he nor any one else can come here to do us Phaeacians any harm, for we are dear to the gods, and live apart on a land's end that juts into the sounding sea, and have nothing to do with any other people.
And he had plenty of unsettled subjects to meditate upon, though he had been walking to the Land's End.
Take it from one who has studied the sect," says Gentleman, "from John o' Groat's to Land's End, and back again.
The story of the ship was known, by this, all up the Channel from Land's End to the Forelands, and we could get no crew on the south coast.
Would you fancy taking up the challenge of travelling from Land's End to John O'Groats in a 1953 Ford 103E with a top speed of 55mph?
Rosenbauer has built the advanced technology (AT) appliance for Land's End Airport.
Anthropologists and scholars of tourism and other disciplines look at places in western Europe and the Americas with various renderings of land's end in their name that stand out for their powerful draw to travelers seeking some imagined edge of the world in the early 21st century.
HERITAGE Great Britain, the Liverpool-based owner of Land's End and John O'Groats, has reported rises in revenues, profits and visitor numbers.
AWELSH adventurer has completed the longest sea kayak voyage in UK history - as she battles to become the first person to travel from Land's End to John O'Groats in a straight line.