seaport in Kent, SE England, on the Strait of Dover: county district pop. 103,000
after the seaport
capital of Del., in the central part: pop. 32,000
strait between France and England, joining the North Sea and the English Channel: narrowest point, 21 mi (34 km)
See Dover in American Heritage Dictionary 4
A municipal borough of southeast England on the Strait of Dover opposite Calais, France. Site of a Roman lighthouse, it has been a strategic port since medieval times. The chalk cliffs rising above the city have caves and tunnels originally used by smugglers. Population: 34,000.
The capital of Delaware, in the central part of the state. Founded in 1683 on orders from William Penn, it became capital in 1777. Population: 34,700.
, Strait of In French Pas de Ca·lais
A narrow channel at the eastern end of the English Channel between southeast England and northern France.