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Examples from the Web for huddersfield

Historical Examples of huddersfield

  • "You can go back to Huddersfield and pack your boxes," said Stafford King.

    Jack O' Judgment

    Edgar Wallace

  • He was shaken, too, by the interview he had had with the Huddersfield police.

    Jack O' Judgment

    Edgar Wallace

  • I have seen them at Huddersfield,” said I, “when I was a boy at school there; of what wood are they made?

    Wild Wales

    George Borrow

  • Blankets are made in the line between Leeds and Huddersfield.

    Rides on Railways

    Samuel Sidney

  • Kirklees Priory is on the left or north bank of the river Calder, a few miles north of Huddersfield.

British Dictionary definitions for huddersfield


  1. 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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