A prehistoric monument consisting of monoliths encircling a mound.(noun)
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Use "cromlech" in a sentence
"Some English writers apply the term cromlech to such a structure, quite incorrectly."
"On firmer ground is coracle, which occurs in Salesbury's Dictionary in English and Welsh (1547) as the English equivalent of kwrwgyl ` round boat, 'and the archaeological term cromlech, which is used in Owen's Pembrokeshire"
"And again beyond the cromlech was a hut, shaped like a beehive of straw, built of many stones most wonderfully, both walls and roof."