an early English kingdom in SE Britain: modern Norfolk and Suffolk.
- East Anglian, adjective, noun
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How to use East Anglia in a sentence
This is a future city for 60,000 inhabitants, envisioned along the River Stour and the Port of Harwich in East Anglia, England.Future Cities: New Challenges Mean We Need to Reimagine the Look of Urban Landscapes | Nick Dunn | December 18, 2020 | Singularity Hub
The research describes the derring-do of a team of scientists working at University of East Anglia.
University of East Anglia climatologist Phil Jones followed in his footsteps when some emails of his leaked to the press.
Even in our out-of-the-way corner of East Anglia not a little consternation was felt.East Anglia | J. Ewing Ritchie
The Danes in East Anglia were then an immense army, and thus at once they were turned from foes into friends.East Anglia | J. Ewing Ritchie
Much such a man, perhaps a descendant, travelled East Anglia about 1866.Lavengro | George Borrow
The large Scandinavian element also points to the northern part of East Anglia.
Nearly at the same time East Anglia and Essex, at the command of pagan-kings, had discarded it likewise.Legends of the Saxon Saints | Aubrey de Vere
British Dictionary definitions for East Anglia
a region of E England south of the Wash: consists of Norfolk and Suffolk, and parts of Essex and Cambridgeshire
an Anglo-Saxon kingdom that consisted of Norfolk and Suffolk in the 6th century ad; became a dependency of Mercia in the 8th century
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