How to use Herefordshire in a sentence
Ferdinand Lopez learned immediately through Mrs. Roby that the early departure for Herefordshire had been fixed.
Mr. Wharton replied in a low, sad voice, "In that case we should not go down to Herefordshire at all."
He was one of the most popular men in Herefordshire, and at Longbarns was almost as much thought of as the squire himself.
But there was one other of her old Herefordshire friends who received the tidings of her marriage without quarrelling with her.
And many of her father's friends,—whom she regarded as the Herefordshire set,—were very cold to her.
British Dictionary definitions for Herefordshire
a county of W England: from 1974 to 1998 part of Hereford and Worcester: drained chiefly by the River Wye; agricultural (esp fruit and cattle). Administrative centre: Hereford. Pop: 176 900 (2003 est). Area: 2180 sq km (842 sq miles)
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