Lizard Head

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Liz·ard Point

or Liz·ard Head  (lĭz′ərd)
A cape of southwest England at the southern tip of The Lizard, a peninsula extending southward into the English Channel. It is the southernmost point of Great Britain.
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Liz′ard Head′


n.
a promontory in SW Cornwall, in SW England: the southernmostpoint in England. Also called The Lizard.
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