Belmont

[bel-mont]
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noun

Alva Ert·skin Smith Vanderbilt [urt-skin] /ˈɜrt skɪn/, 1853–1933, U.S. women's-rights activist and socialite.
August,1816–90, U.S. financier, diplomat, and horse-racing enthusiast, born in Germany.
a town in E Massachusetts, near Boston.
a city in W California.

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  • "I wonder did they just put that bit in about Belmont," he said.

    The Foolish Lovers

    St. John G. Ervine

  • Belmont House, now a private residence, was the northern wing.

    Hampstead and Marylebone

    Geraldine Edith Mitton

  • Not for all the ducats in Belmont will I call Portia a learned judge again.

    Betty Wales Senior

    Margaret Warde

  • Rendel as he looked at it, saw that the signature was "Belmont."

    The Arbiter

    Lady F. E. E. Bell

  • "No, Anglique has not gone to Belmont," replied he, quite piqued.

    The Golden Dog

    William Kirby