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  1. Richard. 1913–65, British broadcaster
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Examples from the Web for dimbleby

Historical Examples

  • He made his way past the women, who had pressed up close to him, to where the cobbler and Dimbleby stood.

    White Lilac; or the Queen of the May

    Amy Walton

  • There were things wanted that Dimbleby did not keep, and the choice of which could not be trusted to a man.

  • “It was the new curate as come to me about it,” said the cobbler to Mr Dimbleby one evening.