[ huhd-erz-feeld ]
/ ˈhʌd ərzˌfild /
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a town in West Yorkshire, in N central England.
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How to use Huddersfield in a sentence
Harry Snell at Huddersfield was opposing both parties, but had a fair chance of winning.The History of the Fabian Society|Edward R. Pease
He got out at Huddersfield too, and Pinto might and probably did see him as he passed through the barrier.Jack O' Judgment|Edgar Wallace
Except for their clothes—so ill-worn, too, most of them—the women here remind one of Blackpool, and their men of Huddersfield.The Great Prince Shan|E. Phillips Oppenheim
Thence he went to Huddersfield College, and at eighteen became junior master.Norfolk Annals|Charles Mackie
Hester France of Huddersfield accused before the justice of the peace.A History of Witchcraft in England from 1558 to 1718|Wallace Notestein
British Dictionary definitions for Huddersfield
/ (ˈhʌdəzˌfiːld) /
a town in N England, in Kirklees unitary authority, West Yorkshire, on the River Colne: former textile centre, now with varied manufacturing and services; university 1992. Pop: 146 234 (2001)
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