Inverary in a sentence

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How to use inverary in a sentence. Inverary pronunciation.

He was a frequent visitor at Inverary Castle, and was fascinated by his host's daughter, Lady Charlotte Campbell.
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Donald was as good a postilion as ever drove a chaise and pair between Glencroe and Inverary.
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In the end of December he went to Colonel Hill, who commanded the garrison in Fort William, to take the oaths of allegiance to the government; and the latter having furnished him with a letter to Sir Colin Campbell, Sheriff of the county of Argyll, directed him to repair immediately to Inverary, to make his submission in a legal manner before that magistrate.
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But the way to Inverary lay through almost impassable mountains, the season was extremely rigorous, and the whole country was covered with a deep snow.
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So eager, however, was Macdonald to take the oaths before the limited time should expire, that, though the road lay within half a mile of his own house, he stopped not to visit his family, and, after various obstructions, arrived at Inverary.
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I never tasted it, except once for experiment at the inn in Inverary, when I thought it preferable to any English malt brandy.
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At last we came to Inverary, where we found an inn, not only commodious, but magnificent.
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After two days stay at Inverary we proceeded Southward over Glencroe, a black and dreary region, now made easily passable by a military road, which rises from either end of the glen by an acclivity not dangerously steep, but sufficiently laborious.
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The splendour of the French nobles is confined to their town residence; that of the English is more usefully distributed in their country seats; and we should be astonished at our own riches, if the labours of architecture, the spoils of Italy and Greece, which are now scattered from Inverary to Wilton, were accumulated in a few streets between Marylebone and Westminster.
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Examples of Inverary

Example #1
His delight was in the use of the pen; his father, although disappointed by his failure as a statesman, allowed him a thousand a year, and he took a cottage at Barnes, that he might there escape from the world to his ink-bottle.
Example #2
When he came of age he entered Parliament for Hindon, in Wiltshire, but seldom went to the House, never spoke in it, and retired after a few sessions.
Example #3
I assure you, when I give you my Highland anecdotes, you will hear much of Donald MacLeish.
Example #4
Neither bard nor sennachie, I assure you, nor monk nor hermit, the approved authorities for old traditions.
Example #5
But the way to Inverary lay through almost impassable mountains, the season was extremely rigorous, and the whole country was covered with a deep snow.
Example #6
But Macdonald of Glencoe was prevented by accident, rather than design, from tendering his submission within the limited time.