Addington

[ad-ing-tuh n]
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Contemporary Examples of addington

  • Addington, like his boss, has also been caricatured as just short of Satanic.

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    The Cheney You Don't Know

    Matt Latimer

    October 12, 2010

Historical Examples of addington

  • He knew perfectly what the attitude of Addington would be to him.

    The Prisoner

    Alice Brown

  • Addington, so Jeffrey Blake remembered when he came home to it, was a survival.

    The Prisoner

    Alice Brown

  • He was seeing Choate in the new Addington as Choate presented it.

    The Prisoner

    Alice Brown

  • When there were magnates in Addington, James had been a poor boy.

    The Prisoner

    Alice Brown

  • "We can't get too homesick for old Addington while we have you to look at," said he.

    The Prisoner

    Alice Brown


British Dictionary definitions for addington

Addington

noun
  1. Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth. 1757–1844, British statesman; prime minister (1801–04) and Home Secretary (1812–21)
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