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Lambeth Palace

noun
1.
the official residence of the archbishop of Canterbury, in Lambeth.
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  • I dined again at Lambeth Palace yesterday—a farewell dinner.

    A Temporary Dead-Lock Thomas A. Janvier
  • It is impossible to determine when the building of Lambeth Palace began.

    South London Sir Walter Besant
  • One might as well be pronounced to have had a heathen air at Lambeth Palace.

    Bye-Ways

    Robert Smythe Hichens
  • Undoubtedly, the most conspicuous figure in connection with Lambeth Palace is that of Laud.

  • He has drawn him sitting in a wheelbarrow in the gardens of Lambeth Palace, with underneath him the motto, 'J'y suis, j'y reste.'

    The Green Carnation

    Robert Smythe Hichens
  • Later, we have a glimpse of the holy Abbey; while that grey, ancestral pile on the opposite side of the river is Lambeth Palace.

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  • We call it now Lambeth Palace, but the title is of recent date—not older, indeed, than the earlier part of the nineteenth century.

    Medival London William Benham
  • Sir John Hawkins affirms that the benefaction distributed at Lambeth Palace gate, is to this day called the dole.

    Microcosmography John Earle
  • Few great artists, I imagine, have been of such a character as would win the approval of a garden party at Lambeth Palace.

    Tante

    Anne Douglas Sedgwick
  • But the fullest account is a pamphlet at the Lambeth Palace library.

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