Cadbury

[kad-ber-ee, -buh-ree]
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  • But, my dear Cadbury, why should she not have taken the diamonds openly and raised money on them?

  • When they were called, the boot-boy laid a book on Cadbury's bed as he passed.

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    Florence Coombe

  • There was silence for a moment, and then Cadbury spoke, but in an altered voice.

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    Florence Coombe

  • "No, I won't shock you with details," replied Cadbury mischievously.

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  • "Because you have certainly lost something," continued Cadbury.

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British Dictionary definitions for cadbury

Cadbury

noun
  1. George. 1839–1922, British Quaker industrialist and philanthropist. He established, with his brother Richard Cadbury (1835–99), the chocolate-making company Cadbury Brothers and the garden village Bournville, near Birmingham, for their workers
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