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Piccadilly Circus

noun
1.
a traffic circle and open square in W London, England: theater and amusement center.
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  • As much, no doubt, as one of the swell women in Piccadilly Circus—'

    In the Year of Jubilee George Gissing
  • I'd go and shout out that this very moment in Piccadilly Circus.

    Rich Relatives Compton Mackenzie
  • At Piccadilly Circus, I jumped of a sudden into a passing hansom.

  • At Piccadilly Circus I found the same atmosphere of hostility.

    Simon the Jester William J. Locke
  • You will be wishing that you had imitated my example and kept out of Piccadilly Circus.

    The Regent E. Arnold Bennett
  • "I want you to look at this plan of Piccadilly Circus and environs," said he.

    The Regent E. Arnold Bennett
  • The fountain in Piccadilly Circus was the gayest thing in London.

    The Regent E. Arnold Bennett
  • His breast had to expand in the boundless prairie of Piccadilly Circus.

    The Regent E. Arnold Bennett
  • Isaacson pointed to the brilliant illumination of Piccadilly Circus.

    Bella Donna Robert Hichens
  • Did you know I was walking behind you all the way to Piccadilly Circus?

    Sally Bishop E. Temple Thurston

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