Examples from the Web for lambeth
The unhappy girl spoke the truth when she said that you had married her at some out–of–the–way church in Lambeth.John Marchmont's Legacy, Volumes I-III|Mary E. Braddon
Bill Sykes and Liza of Lambeth, if they have any time for reading, want to know all about countesses and their attendant sprites.The Celebrity at Home|Violet Hunt
We call it now Lambeth Palace, but the title is of recent date—not older, indeed, than the earlier part of the nineteenth century.Medival London|William Benham
In the morning I went with the Prince to Lambeth,—all of us very sad and tearful.The Story of My Life, volumes 4-6|Augustus J. C. Hare
We owe probably to him that the Lambeth Articles were not incorporated in the formularies of the Church.
British Dictionary definitions for lambeth
Word Origin and History for lambeth
used metonymically for "Church of England, Archbishop of Canterbury," 1859, from the archbishop's palace in Lambeth, a South London borough. The Lambeth Walk was a Cockney song and dance, popularized in Britain 1937 in the revue "Me and my Gal," named for a street in the borough. The place name is Old English lambehyðe, "place where lambs are embarked or landed."