/ (ˈkɑːsəlfəd) /
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a town in N England, in Wakefield unitary authority, West Yorkshire on the River Aire. Pop: 37 525 (2001)
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Words nearby Castleford
cast in the same mold, cast iron, castle, Castlebar, castled, Castleford, Castle Howard, castle in the air, castle nut, Castle Peak, Castlereagh
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How to use Castleford in a sentence
Castleford officials even considered a lawsuit against the EPA rule.The Congressman Fighting for More Arsenic in Drinking Water|Tim Mak|July 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I have written, but it is not in the nature of things that Mr. Castleford should not accept such proofs as have been sent him.
Clarence had been to look for Griff in vain more than once, and they had only really met at a Castleford dinner-party.
Mr. Castleford, however, showed real satisfaction in the purchase of a share in the concern for Clarence.
The executors had originally been Mr. Castleford and my mother, but by this codicil, Clarence was substituted for the former.
The firm of Frith and Castleford was coming to the front in the Chinese trade.