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Bentinck

[ ben-tingk ]

noun

  1. William Henry Cavendish, Duke of Portland, 1738–1809, British statesman: prime minister 1783; 1807–09.


Bentinck

/ ˈbɛntɪŋk /

noun

  1. BentinckWilliam Cavendish17741839MBritishPOLITICS: statesman Lord William Cavendish . 1774–1839, British statesman, governor general of Bengal (1828–35)


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I hope they will not detain you from Bentinck Street much longer, and I rather consider my having no letter to-day as a good sign.

What's the whim of my lady's not paying her proper respects to Bentinck Street?

Another reason, which must in a great measure pin me to Bentinck-street, is the decline and fall.

During the debate Lord George Bentinck gave an unhappy proof of his inaccuracy of statement and party spirit.

The picture I bought at G. Bentinck's sale has come out splendidly, and is in first-rate condition.

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