Exmouth, a town of Devonshire, England, 10 m. S. E. of Exeter; pop. about 6,000. It is a celebrated sea-bathing place, and is beautifully situated on the E. side of the entrance to the estuary of the Exe, in an opening of the cliffs which surround the shore. The modern part of the town consists of detached villas and terraces surmounted by neat houses, and there are many pleasant promenades. 'A gradually sloping sandy beach below the town is the principal resort of bathers. There is a handsome parish church with a tower more than 100 ft. high. Fisheries constitute the principal occupation; and many of the women are engaged in lace making.