Hamlets [noun]

Definition of Hamlets:

small village

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Sentence/Example of Hamlets:

Those who would like to help support Hamlet’s family during this difficult time can do so via the GoFundMe campaign organized by his close friend and fellow community member Lily Ray.

As a child of immigrants, I was proud to witness these moments, and Hamlet’s service to the industry continues to set an example for all of us, but especially people of color such as myself.

The letter invited affected parties to a meeting in the hamlet of Myrtle Creek, 12 miles from Gow’s ranch.

In our little hilltop hamlet, Sambuco is the most historically significant structure.

An Irish clergyman insisted that it was the little hamlet of Auburn, in the county of Westmeath.

At least I think so now; and, as Hamlet says, “There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.”

Gone, too, is the hamlet of Garratt, whose mock elections of a Mayor caused such convivial excitement a century ago.

The advancing sand gradually crept into the hamlet, and in the course of a decade dispossessed the people by burying their houses.

In time the summit of the church spire disappeared from view, and for many years thereafter all trace of the hamlet was lost.

The hamlet on the opposite bank preserves in a modified form the Roman name of Ultra Pontem.