Cromer

[kroh-mer]
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Historical Examples of cromer

  • My doctor at Cromer often told me that I vibrated like a harp at the slightest touch.

    The Lowest Rung

    Mary Cholmondeley

  • The change in my residence had been entirely due to a tennis party at Cromer.

    The Motor Pirate

    George Sidney Paternoster

  • We had also passed another, which extends from Cromer to Emden.

  • Perhaps Cromer was, in one sense of the expression, the best for her.

    North and South

    Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell

  • The residents of Cromer are as inquisitive as those of most small towns.

    The Place of Dragons

    William Le Queux


British Dictionary definitions for cromer

Cromer

1
noun
  1. a resort in E England, on the Norfolk coast: fishing. Pop: 8836 (2001)

Cromer

2
noun
  1. 1st Earl of, title of (Evelyn) Baring
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