[ beks-lee ]
/ ˈbɛks li /
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a borough of Greater London, England.
a city in central Ohio.
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Words nearby Bexley
bewitching, with it, be, worked up, be, bewray, Bexhill, Bexley, bey, Beyle, beylic, Beyoǧlu, beyond
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How to use Bexley in a sentence
Maria stood at the window, and watched him through her tears as he walked down the path to the fly, supported by Bexley.
Presently Bexley mastered himself and resumed: Margery had come forward then and taken her apron from her eyes.
Maria had risen and stood with one hand leaning on the table, her eyes strained on Bexley, her white face turned to him.
So off the two electricians set, and after two days of business and sight-seeing in London, went down to Bexley.Modern Broods|Charlotte Mary Yonge
Mrs. Bexley was well known in the hospital, and was allowed to stay an unusually long time.Brooke's Daughter|Adeline Sergeant
British Dictionary definitions for Bexley
/ (ˈbɛkslɪ) /
a borough of SE Greater London. Pop: 219 100 (2003 est). Area: 61 sq km (23 sq miles)
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