a town in SE England, in N Hertfordshire: the first garden city in Great Britain (founded in 1903). Pop: 32 932 (2001)
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How to use Letchworth in a sentence
The beginnings of such things are always the most charming; and Letchworth began ideally.The Great North Road: London to York | Charles G. Harper
Miss Letchworth, who had been three times to Paris for a week at a time, looked up from her embroidery.The Halo | Bettina von Hutten
Letchworth, the first Garden City, has voted itself dry by a majority of sixty-five.
Wishing to learn their local name, I once asked a farm-hand at Letchworth what he called the flowers.The Call of the Wildflower | Henry S. Salt
Two exhibitions have been held at Letchworth in 1905 and 1907, and others at Sheffield and Newcastle .