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Hilton

[hil-tn] /ˈhɪl tn/
noun
1.
Conrad (Nicholson) 1887–1979, U.S. hotel owner and developer.
2.
James, 1900–54, English novelist.
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  • Miss Hilton, a member of the Overton faculty, would chaperon her.

  • She had the right to, and she stood far back among the Hilton women.

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  • The last word—whatever it would be—had certainly not been said in Hilton churchyard.

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  • They interrupted the stream of residences that was thickening up towards Hilton.

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  • It was running low again, but enough for a return ticket to Hilton.

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British Dictionary definitions for Hilton

Hilton

/ˈhɪltən/
noun
1.
Walter. died 1396, English mystical writer: author of The Scale of Perfection
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