coombe


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coombe

 (ko͞om)
n.
Variant of combe..
References in classic literature ?
It was from Coombe Tracey, and it was addressed in a woman's hand.
Tomorrow morning I shall find my way to Coombe Tracey, and if I can see this Mrs.
I dare say he goes to Coombe Tracey for what he wants.
The horns of the crescent slowly moved apart, until at last they formed a line from Hanwell to Coombe and Malden.
After her came grey wolves, fawning on her, and grim- eyed lions, and bears, and fleet leopards, ravenous for deer: and she was glad in heart to see them, and put desire in their breasts, so that they all mated, two together, about the shadowy coombes.
He carried me over many fields of mortal men and over much land untilled and unpossessed, where savage wild-beasts roam through shady coombes, until I thought never again to touch the life-giving earth with my feet.
The Coombe Abbey Inn on Craven Street has a history dating back more than 150 years, but it will now have a new beginning.
Gary Coombe has been appointed Euro--pean president at P&G.
Accountants and business planners Harrison Beale & Owen, which has offices in Coventry and Leamington, hosted a free legal marketing seminar at Coombe Abbey Hotel in Coventry.
RISING STARS Continuing our look at young people making waves in the bloodstock world TWENTY-SEVEN may sound a young age to help oversee a large and multi-faceted institution like the National Stud, but it is experience that matters, and the operation's assistant manager Paul Coombe certainly does not lack in that department.