Carey Street

/ (ˈkɛərɪ) /

noun

(formerly) the street in which the London bankruptcy court was situated
the state of bankruptcy

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Example sentences from the Web for Carey Street

  • For there was sorrow in Carey-street that day—sorrow of a novel kind.

    Mad|George Manville Fenn
  • “Might rob him right and left, sir,” said old Matt to a favourite lamp-post in Carey-street.

    Mad|George Manville Fenn