[hil-ing-duh n]
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Examples from the Web for hillingdon

Historical Examples of hillingdon

  • I have decided not to take another station from the firm of Hillingdon and McFreeland.


    Louis Becke

  • Hillingdon, with his solemn, stone-jug-like face, I know to be a most infernal rogue.


    Louis Becke

  • Came here yesterday from Hillingdon, the day before from London.

    The Greville Memoirs

    Charles C. F. Greville

  • I can drive back with them, and then we can leave them here and all go on in the hireling to Hillingdon.

    Berry And Co.

    Dornford Yates

  • By the way, the copy given by Mr Reynardson to the public library at Hillingdon about 1720 has long gone astray.

    The Confessions of a Collector

    William Carew Hazlitt

British Dictionary definitions for hillingdon


  1. a residential borough of W Greater London. Pop: 247 600 (2003 est). Area: 110 sq km (43 sq miles)
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