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a town in Australia, in NE New South Wales: a centre for tourism. Pop: 20 271 (2001)
Historical Examples

armidale is situated on a pretty bay of the narrow sea, which flows between the main land of Scotland and the Isle of Sky.
Life Of Johnson, Volume 5 Boswell

We came at last to Glenelg, and next morning we got into a boat for Sky, and reached the shore of armidale.
The World’s Greatest Books, Volume 19 Various

armidale is situated on a pretty bay of the narrow sea which flows between the mainland of Scotland and the Isle of Sky.
The World’s Greatest Books, Volume 19 Various

I have had my dinner exhilarated by the bagpipe, at armidale, at Dunvegan, and in Col.
A Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland Samuel Johnson

One town, armidale, the home of Colonel Braund, had collected 365 10s.
In the Line of Battle Various


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