Leicestershire [ les-ter-sheer, -sher ] SHOW IPA / ˈlɛs tərˌʃɪər, -ʃər / PHONETIC RESPELLING noun a county in central England. 986 sq. mi. (2,555 sq. km).
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How to use Leicestershire in a sentence
Leicestershire, "he was respected by people of all parties for his worth, and idolized by the poor for his benevolence."
Devoted to his work, he took every opportunity of preaching the Gospel in
Leicestershire and parts adjacent.
Leicestershire, where I've generally spent my holidays, did I take jaw from her?
Being returned into
Leicestershire, my relations would have had me married; but I told them I was but a lad, and must get wisdom. British Dictionary definitions for Leicestershire noun a county of central England: absorbed the small historical county of Rutland in 1974; Rutland and Leicester city became independent unitary authorities in 1997: largely agricultural. Administrative centre: Leicester. Pop (excluding Leicester city): 619 200 (2003 est). Area (excluding Leicester city): 2084 sq km (804 sq miles) Shortened form: Leicester Abbreviation: Leics
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