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Barrington

[bar-ing-tuh n] /ˈbær ɪŋ tən/
noun
1.
a town in E Rhode Island.
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  • "Miss Barrington told me I might take this liberty," said Polly, with a faint smile.

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  • M'Cormick read Barrington's secret before he was a minute in the room.

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  • I am called Miss Barrington, sir, by all but those of my own family.

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  • Barrington smiled faintly at the dry jest, but said nothing.

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  • "I 'm afraid if we get into ethics we 'll forget all about the proposal," said Barrington.

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  • "But only for a season, and a very brief season too, I trust," said Barrington.

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  • And, with a bow of acquiescence, Barrington led the way to his study.

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  • "Easier again," said Barrington, trying to laugh off the awkward moment.

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  • And Mr. Barrington, the father of George, how did he receive you?

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  • The first news that greeted me was that Barrington had left us.

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British Dictionary definitions for Barrington

Barrington

/ˈbærɪŋtən/
noun
1.
Jonah. born 1940, British squash player; winner of the Open Championship 1966–67, 1969–72
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