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[ee-ling] /ˈi lɪŋ/
a borough of Greater London, England. Unabridged
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  • "I haven't forgotten the life we lived at Ealing," she said significantly.

    The Angel of Terror Edgar Wallace
  • He died at his house at Wimbledon, and was buried at Ealing.

    The Town Leigh Hunt
  • After the close of my pastorate in Kensington, Ealing became my home.

  • The appointment at the spot, "where the two C's meet," at Ealing.

    The Place of Dragons William Le Queux
  • The spot 'where the three C's meet' at Ealing is the usual rendezvous, I suppose?

    The Place of Dragons William Le Queux
  • He died in 1813, and out of part of his fortune the new church at Ealing was erected.

    Haunted London Walter Thornbury
  • He was born and educated at Ealing, in Middlesex, where his father was a schoolmaster.

    Victorian Literature Clement K. Shorter
  • Then came an order from Prince Henry to fall back on Ealing at once.

    The Invasion

    William Le Queux
British Dictionary definitions for Ealing


a borough of W Greater London, formed in 1965 from Acton, Ealing, and Southall. Pop: 3 050 000 (2003 est). Area: 55 sq km (21 sq miles)
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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