Bethnal Green

[ beth-nl ]
/ ˈbɛθ nl /

noun

a former borough of London, England, N of the Thames.

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Example sentences from the Web for Bethnal Green

  • Here's fifteen couters which was in the purse of the swell which I met at Bethnal-Green; and half that's yourn.

    The Mysteries of London, v. 1/4|George W. M. Reynolds
  • Bethnal-Green was even more horrible in the daytime than it had been at night.

    Nobody's Boy|Hector Malot
  • Mattia had heard him tell the coachman to drive us to Bethnal-Green.

    Nobody's Boy|Hector Malot
  • Larvæ of all the silk-producing bombyces were preserved in their different stages, and can be seen in the Bethnal-green Museum.