/ (ˈhærɪŋtən) /

  1. James. 1611–77, English republican and writer. He described his ideal form of government in Oceana (1656)

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How to use Harrington in a sentence

  • Finding himself in a trap, Rory tried to kill Harrington by slashing at him with his sword.

  • He fractured his skull, broke his arm, and cut off one of his fingers; but Harrington recovered from these and other injuries.

  • Of the two, Mr. Harrington's voice was louder than Mr. Ramsey's.

    Mystic London: | Charles Maurice Davies
  • Mr. Conway paid to Mr. Harrington the money owed him by Mr. Randal, and a heavy load was lifted from the good old farmer's heart.

  • “We can easily get round to camp this way,” said Harrington, after a few moments, and he took a step or two onward.

    The Mynns' Mystery | George Manville Fenn