[ kid-er-min-ster ]
/ ˈkɪd ərˌmɪn stər /
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an ingrain carpet 36 inches (91 centimeters) wide.
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Origin of Kidderminster
First recorded in 1660–70; named after the town in Worcestershire, England, where it was first made
Words nearby Kidderminster
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How to use Kidderminster in a sentence
On arriving at Kinlet, the visiting party were obliged to have recourse to Kidderminster for supplies.
At Kidderminster is a whimsical charity for the benefit of the inhabitants of Church Street.
I know what you mean by bishops—rascals like yourself, Kidderminster bishops, factious, snivelling Presbyterians!'The Trial of Theodore Parker|Theodore Parker
About the year 1750 potatoes were not commonly known in Kidderminster, as I know from an anecdote recorded by my grandfather.
A cloth lay upon the floor, the windows were curtained, and the bed had fresh hangings of green and white Kidderminster.Audrey|Mary Johnston
British Dictionary definitions for Kidderminster
/ (ˈkɪdəˌmɪnstə) /
a town in W central England, in N Worcestershire on the River Stour: carpet industry. Pop: 55 610 (2001)
a type of ingrain reversible carpet originally made at Kidderminster
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