Examples from the Web for coventry
On the phone from her home in Coventry, England, Davis laughs.Will Jordan Davis Become the First Transgender Miss England?|Tim Teeman|February 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It would seem," says O'Brien, "that in coming to Hull Larkin had in a sense sent himself to Coventry.
Although he is most closely associated with Hull, Larkin was born in Coventry.
Researchers from the University of Warwick in Coventry, England, followed nearly 6,500 children from before birth until age 13.
We note, too, that Peter of Blockesley gave possessions to the prior and convent of Coventry in trust for the school.Education in England in the Middle Ages|Albert William Parry
"Please see whether I have left my pocket-handkerchief in the dining-room, Mr. Coventry," said Grace, demurely.Put Yourself in His Place|Charles Reade
Lucia was called out by the housekeeper a moment after, and Coventry left to the society most wearisome to him, namely his own.Behind A Mask, Or A Woman's Power|A. M. Barnard
From accounts preserved of the sums expended at sundry public feasts at Coventry (Anno 1452 to 1464) we find that 2s.Showell's Dictionary of Birmingham|Thomas T. Harman and Walter Showell
Leonard Morrison found himself sent to Coventry, not by his schoolfellows, but by his sister.That Scholarship Boy|Emma Leslie
British Dictionary definitions for coventry
Word Origin and History for coventry
city in Warwickshire, Old English Couentre (1043) "Cofa's tree," from Old English masc. personal name Cofa (genitive Cofan) + tree (n.). Probably a boundary marker or public assembly place.