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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Blarney Stone Kiss the famous Blarney Stone at the 600-year-old Blarney Castle, where the legendary stone of eloquence can be found at the top of the castle tower, with incredible views of the surrounding gardens and nearby lake.
He even drew out a route of local attractions which included the "gourmet capital of Ireland" Kinsale, a tour around the stunning Ring of Kerry and Blarney Castle with, of course, the legendary Stone of Eloquence.
Posh toff Sir Charles Colthurst, 54, the owner of Blarney castle and Keeper of the Stone of Eloquence - the world-famous Blarney Stone, supposed to have magical powers - wants to divorce wife Lady Nora Colthurst, the mother of his four kids.