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Sentence count:40Posted:2016-11-30Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: promotepromotioninventorycontradictoryin proportion tostoryhistorymonthMeaning: ['prɑməntɔrɪ /'prɒməntrɪ]  n. a natural elevation (especially a rocky one that juts out into the sea). 
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1. Yet another fortress stands on a promontory only half a mile away.
2. They were on a promontory which had been built up with blocks of granite.
3. The plane crashed just off a promontory called Lovers' Point.
4. The Douglas castle of Morton stands on a promontory, protected on three sides by a small loch.
5. At the far end a rocky promontory extended into deep water - a promising place for snorkelling.
6. He decided to walk down to the promontory by way of the market, just for the hell of it.
7. It was perched on a small promontory to the east of the town, overlooking the bay.
8. A promontory at the northwest extremitythe scottish mainland.
9. A promontory of extreme southern Nova Scotia, Canada.
10. Or piny promontory of the Arctic main.
11. A projecting land mass; a promontory.
12. It was located at promontory of southern Xiamen island.
13. A promontory of northern France extending into the Strait of Dover near Calais. It is the nearest point to the island of Great Britain.
14. Conclusions:Promontory grooves and promontory bony canal could be used to detect the tympanic nerve when tympanic neurectomy was operated.
15. A stark ,[sentence dictionary] rocky promontory towered over a stand of majestic pines.
16. Objective:To detect the significance of promontory groove and promontory canal on tympanic neurectomy.
17. A city of southwest Yugoslavia on a promontory jutting into the Adriatic Sea. A popular tourist resort, it was a center of Serbo-Croatian culture and literature in medieval times. Population, 31, 106.
18. The Yeliou promontory recalls a giant tortoise slipping out from DatunMountain into the Pacific Ocean, a resemblance that has earned it the nickname of the "Yeliou tortoise."
19. It was such a jolly little lighthouse, white, and standing at the very end of a promontory.
20. The fortification of Nordy Bank is on a flat promontory jutting westward from the hill.
21. A fisherman is silhouetted there, standing on a rocky promontory.
22. On the wall behind him there was a picture of a stag lowering its antlers on a rocky promontory beneath puffy clouds.
23. Course two hundred ten degrees straight in for the central promontory.
24. There was a narrow stone path, Alexei now saw, around the base of the promontory beyond the buttress.
25. In the end, they met among the monastery buildings at Melrose, on its river-girt promontory thirty miles inland from Berwick.
26. Cantine Rallo was founded in Marsala, on the westernmost promontory of Sicily, and is a successful integration between nature, technology, and traditional Sicilian wine-making techniques.
27. Coastal winds are also causing problems with a fire at Wilsons Promontory.
28. A tapering extension of land projecting into water; a peninsula, cape, or promontory.
29. Further North lay the city of Ashur on a rocky promontory overlooking an important crossing of the River Tigris.
30. To avoid another shipwreck off Mount Athos, Xerxes had a canal dug behind the promontory .
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