A valley or hollow, often wooded and with no river.(noun)
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Use "combe" in a sentence
"This story about confirming if a cat was dead has reminded me of a very disconcerting event in Englishcombe near Bath no, not a badger story."
"This was followed by a unique gesture and facial expression combe that said, "Am I right?""
"Almost opposite the combe was a stack of tall, ragged rocks, part of the island before some natural cataclysm had created the combe and left some indestructible granite in the form of a hazard so dangerous to shipping that a light-ship was anchored half-a-mile to the east of the rocks to warn vessels of their proximity."