Example sentences for: derwent

How can you use “derwent” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Names of apples like cleopatra and democrat, of potatoes like bintje, black derwent, and kennebec, carry a Tasmanian stamp (in Australia at any rate), as does the mutton bird (the shearwater, Puffinus tenuirostris )—which has given Tasmanian English the verb mutton bird or in its abbreviated form bird, as well as lexical oddities like dizz (`cook a mutton bird') for those foolhardy enough to contemplate such a feat.

  • At Lake Windermere, Derwent Water, and Ullswater you can rent rowboats (most are big enough for a family of four).

  • In addition, the National Trust produces a free “Lake User’s Guide” for the following lakes: Ullswater, Coniston, Windermere, Bassenthwaite, and Derwent Water; these booklets have all the information you need to enjoy the water safely.

  • You can get information about rental equipment and permits at the following places: for Ullswater, the Pooley Bridge and Glenridding tourist information centres; for Bassenthwaite Lake, the National Park Information Centre in Keswick; for Coniston Water, Coniston Gifts and Sports in Coniston; and for Derwent Water, the Keswick Anglers Association.

  • At Bowness and Waterhead (Lake Windermere) you will find them lined up next to the ferry piers; at Derwent Water they are found at Lakeside.

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