Words nearby Lancashire
How to use Lancashire in a sentence
Cronkshaw Fold Farm in Lancashire, England, has been offering up their goats to make spontaneous, up-close appearances in virtual meetings anywhere in the world.
Evans is scheduled to appear in court in Preston, Lancashire, on September 18.In Emotional Speech, Deputy Speaker Nigel Evans Resigns on Rape Charge|Nico Hines|September 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The six soldiers all came from the same British regiment, the Lancashire Fusiliers.
According to published reports, a couple, one of whom is a member of the armed forces, were arrested in Lancashire.
Snuff is very extensively used in the mills and factories of Lancashire.
The cattle here are large and well-shaped, something like our own Lancashire breed, and mottled in colour, though mostly red.Journal of a Voyage to Brazil|Maria Graham
In Cheshire and Lancashire the word is in common use to this day, and invariably means starved for want of food.
They were preserved on the lands of some abbeys; for instance, by the Abbats of Whalley, Lancashire.
Lancashire and Cheshire had benefited much by Irish yarn, 4,000 hands being employed in weaving it at Manchester alone.Ireland Under the Tudors, Vol. II (of 3)|Richard Bagwell