Sir Clifford, 1907–82, British pianist.
George Nathaniel, 1st Marquis Curzon of Ked·le·ston [ked-l-stuhn], /ˈkɛd l stən/, 1859–1925, British statesman: viceroy of India 1899–1905.
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How to use Curzon in a sentence
Greville was on the road,—nay, as his tutor's letter had been forwarded from London, might perhaps be in Curzon Street that day.Lucretia, Complete | Edward Bulwer-Lytton
The house in Curzon Street had been bought and she had been a round of furnishers, paper-hangers and fitters of all variety.The Angel of Terror | Edgar Wallace
Why did his wayward feet carry him to the corner of Curzon Street?Ravenshoe | Henry Kingsley
The letter from Curzon Street was in her hand half unfolded.Emily Fox-Seton | Frances Hodgson Burnett
The letter from Curzon Street had not made the beauty shed tears.Emily Fox-Seton | Frances Hodgson Burnett
British Dictionary definitions for Curzon
Sir Clifford. 1907–82, English pianist
George Nathaniel, 1st Marquis Curzon of Kedleston. 1859–1925, British Conservative statesman; viceroy of India (1898–1905)
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