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  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Exmoor stocky breed of pony with a fawn-colored nose
    • n Exmoor horned sheep of Devon; valued for mutton
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Exmoor A breed of ponies native to the Exmoor district.
    • Exmoor One of a breed of horned sheep of Devonshire, England, having white legs and face and black nostrils. They are esp. valuable for mutton.
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
From Exmoor, a district in Somersetshire and Devonshire


In literature:

Dyke Acland's mark is an anchor on the near side of each of his large herd of ponies, on Exmoor.
"Notes and Queries, Number 194, July 16, 1853" by Various
Some of this stock are still hunting on Exmoor.
"A New Illustrated Edition of J. S. Rarey's Art of Taming Horses" by J. S. Rarey
Exmoor won yesterday, but he didn't carry an ounce of lead.
"Old Man Curry" by Charles E. (Charles Emmett) Van Loan
Brendon Hills, Exmoor, 441.
"England, Picturesque and Descriptive" by Joel Cook
I put on these togs and we got a vehicle and drove around by the Exmoor road.
"Molly Brown's Sophomore Days" by Nell Speed
Many's the fine brood of Woodcocks that I've seen reared on Exmoor, without never crossing the sea.
"The Story of a Red Deer" by J. W. Fortescue
See the Exmoor Scolding, ed.
"Popular Rhymes and Nursery Tales" by James Orchard Halliwell
EXMOOR', a wild and hilly district of England, in the extreme south-west of Somersetshire, extending also into Devonshire, formerly a forest.
"The New Gresham Encyclopedia" by Various
It turned out, however, that the professor was a great walker, and that Exmoor and Wellington were more than ten miles apart.
"Tripping with the Tucker Twins" by Nell Speed
To Exmoor, for now the day has come at last!
"Molly Brown's Freshman Days" by Nell Speed
He believed, of course, that she had gone rowing with some Exmoor boys after ten o'clock.
"Molly Brown's Junior Days" by Nell Speed
Has he been to Exmoor?
"Molly Brown's College Friends" by Nell Speed
The area thus defined, however, includes not only Exmoor but the Brendon and Quantock Hills east of it.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 10, Slice 1" by Various
The narrative is supposed to be related by a sturdy farmer of Exmoor, named John Ridd, who is the hero of the tale.
"School Reading by Grades" by James Baldwin
Such as Onwentsia, Exmoor, Midlothian, Glen View are excellent.
"The Happy Golfer" by Henry Leach
To Challacombe and then walked across Exmoor.
"The Journal of a Disappointed Man" by Wilhelm Nero Pilate Barbellion
While the "tufters" are drawing, we look round again and inly rejoice that Exmoor is still a vast wild tract hardly civilised.
"Sporting Society, Vol. I (of 2)" by Various
Now, one day on Exmoor he found a lady who also was devoted to beetles.
"The King of Diamonds" by Louis Tracy
What a bright fresh morning it had been, when he heard the lark singing on Exmoor a few short hours ago?
"Katerfelto" by G. J. Whyte-Melville
A great Tudor residence in Devonshire overlooking Exmoor, a town house in Park Lane which is London's Fifth Avenue!
"Anthony Trent, Master Criminal" by Wyndham Martyn

In news:

The Romance of Exmoor and the North Devon Coast.
The accident happened Sunday afternoon at 1:12 pm on Central Avenue and Exmoor.
Several years ago, Napoleon Wilcox, a director at Webbers Fine & Country in the UK, was showing an estate in the southwest region of Exmoor.
The church clock in the small Exmoor town of Dulverton has just struck 6pm and it's opening time at Woods.