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the Great Starvation

Noun1.the Great Starvation - a famine in Ireland resulting from a potato blight; between 1846 and 1851 a million people starved to death and 1.6 million emigrated (most to America)
famine, the Great Calamity, the Great Hunger, the Irish Famine
Browse
the goat god
The Golden Bull
the good old days
The Grand Lama
The great
the Great Calamity
The Great Charter
the Great Commoner
the Great Compromiser
the Great Depression
the Great Elector
the Great Hunger
The Great Karroo
The Great Lakes
The great powers
The Great Spirit
-- the Great Starvation --
The Greek calends
the green-eyed monster
The Hague
The handwriting on the wall
The heathen
the Hill
the Himalaya
The historic sense
The holidays
The Holy Father
The Holy League
The Holy See
The horrors
The Horse Guards
The hulks
The Hunter
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