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  1. a famous London market 1644–1830.

  2. a street in London, site of this market, known for its theaters.

  1. a playhouse erected in London in 1720 and still in use.

Words Nearby Haymarket

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How to use Haymarket in a sentence

  • How boldly he acted during the Haymarket tragedy—publicly advised the use of violence to avenge the capitalist conspiracy.

    Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist | Alexander Berkman
  • From the Lyceum she passed to the Haymarket, where she was treated as a spoiled child by the three old men who there held sway.

    The English Stage | Augustin Filon
  • A protest mass meeting met the next day on Haymarket Square and was addressed by Internationalists.

  • One Mr. Taylor, a very extensive picture-dealer, who lived in the Haymarket, made several overtures to me about this time.

  • It is a long way from the Haymarket to Islington, but at last the cab reached the lodging-house door.

    The Way We Live Now | Anthony Trollope