a county in Leinster, in the N Republic of Ireland. 403 sq. mi. (1,044 sq. km). County seat: Longford.
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How to use Longford in a sentence
Hindley claimed to have repented and this is why Longford campaigned against her life sentence, she explains.
She was born in 1932, the oldest of eight children of the earl and countess of Longford.
He was strong in bone and untiring, and I kept him for the heavy country around Boyle and down by Longford.The Knight Of Gwynne, Vol. I (of II) | Charles James Lever
At all events, their conditions were not so bright as Mr. Longford pleases to represent them to have been.
I imagine Mr. Longford will remember the incidents which occurred in connection with that matter in Yokohama years ago.
Mr. Longford seems to think that business is conducted in Japan to-day just as it was twenty years ago.
Vice-consul Longford says that the manufacture of cotton in Japan is still in all its stages largely a domestic one.
British Dictionary definitions for Longford
a county of N Republic of Ireland, in Leinster province. County town: Longford. Pop: 31 068 (2002). Area: 1043 sq km (403 sq miles)
a town in N Republic of Ireland, county town of Co Longford. Pop: 7557 (2002)
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