Yarmouth


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Yarmouth

(ˈjɑːməθ)
n
(Placename) short for Great Yarmouth

Yar•mouth

(ˈyɑr məθ)

n.
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If there are bridges down, and communication with Harwich is blocked, Yarmouth would suit me better than anywhere.
It was my idea," he said, "to hire a steam trawler from Yarmouth.
Instructions to take you on to Yarmouth, if possible, sir," he announced, "and to collect the mileage at our destination.
I say 'drove', but it struck me that the cart would have gone to Yarmouth quite as well without him, for the horse did all that; and as to conversation, he had no idea of it but whistling.
But I reflected that Yarmouth might be situated at one of the poles; which would account for it.
But Peggotty said, with greater emphasis than usual, that we must take things as we found them, and that, for her part, she was proud to call herself a Yarmouth Bloater.
The sixth day of our being at sea we came into Yarmouth Roads; the wind having been contrary and the weather calm, we had made but little way since the storm.
Here we got in, and though not without much difficulty, got all safe on shore, and walked afterwards on foot to Yarmouth, where, as unfortunate men, we were used with great humanity, as well by the magistrates of the town, who assigned us good quarters, as by particular merchants and owners of ships, and had money given us sufficient to carry us either to London or back to Hull as we thought fit.
Had I now had the sense to have gone back to Hull, and have gone home, I had been happy, and my father, as in our blessed Saviour's parable, had even killed the fatted calf for me; for hearing the ship I went away in was cast away in Yarmouth Roads, it was a great while before he had any assurances that I was not drowned.
To all of which Yarmouth merely replied, "Yes, ma'am.
If most men were like a fellow I saw on the Yarmouth boat one day, I could account for the seeming enigma easily enough.
Yes; going down to Yarmouth, last Friday three weeks.