Examples of loch in a Sentence
in his biography of Samuel Johnson, James Boswell tells of being conducted by a Scottish boatman “across one of the lochs, as they call them, or arms of the sea”
Recent Examples of loch from the Web
The origin of curling traces back to 16th century Scotland, where the sport was played on frozen ponds and lochs.
Check out the crown jewels at hilltop Edinburgh Castle before cruising up to Perthshire for a stay at loch-side Monachyle MHOR Hotel.
And luckily this fisherman saw him and came to pick him up and took him to the other side of the loch and back to safety.
Campbell also outlined another problem facing Operation Cleansweep: the sheer size of the loch.
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LOCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of loch for English Language Learners
: a lake or a part of the sea that is almost surrounded by land
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