[awl-ding-tuh n]


Richard,1892–1962, English poet, novelist, and composer. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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Historical Examples of aldington

  • People talk about that rummy motor at Bonnington and Aldington to this day.

    The Magic World

    Edith Nesbit

  • The people moved down the road towards Aldington, and reached the point at which the woods began.

    Uncle Joe's Stories

    Edward Hugessen Knatchbull-Hugesson, First Baron Brabourne

  • This was not Warham's money, but only a trust in his hands for the benefit of the souls of Aldington.

  • Feb., and it seems, in March 1511, Warham gave him a pension out of the rectory of Aldington.

    The Oxford Reformers

    Frederic Seebohm

  • Badsey, and Wickhamford, with the hamlet of Aldington, are all in their different ways worth a visit.


    Edmund H. New

British Dictionary definitions for aldington



Richard. 1892–1962, English poet, novelist, and biographer. His novels include Death of a Hero (1929) and The Colonel's Daughter (1931), which reflect postwar disillusion following World War I
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