/ ˈbɛvəlɪ /


  1. a market town in NE England, the administrative centre of the East Riding of Yorkshire. Pop: 29 110 (2001)

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Example Sentences

The creaking of the bed can be heard through the floorboards and, 20 minutes later, Beverley emerges, giggling.

A piece of the royal wedding cake of Prince William and Kate Middleton has sold for $4,160 at a Beverley Hills auction.

The general idea was that we could appear dressed like the Beverley Sisters.

Robert Beverley is considered the first Virginia formal history author.

I hold myself fortunate, as a king, that even one son of so loyal and brave a gentleman as Colonel Beverley has escaped.

But if she knew that you were Edward Beverley, do you not think it would make a difference in her?

They begged to be kindly remembered to Captain Beverley, and to assure him that his sisters should be well cared for.

You will find it expensive enough to support one where you are going, and you must appear as a Beverley should do.





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