Ludlow

1
[luhd-loh]

Ludlow

2
[luhd-loh]
noun
  1. a town in S Salop, in W England: agricultural market center.
  2. a town in S Massachusetts.
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Examples from the Web for ludlow

Contemporary Examples of ludlow

Historical Examples of ludlow

  • The ancient priory of Austin Friars was at Ludlow, but is obliterated.

  • Well, you 're not likely to be troubled with another recognition from him, Ludlow.

    One Of Them

    Charles James Lever

  • Mr. Trover's guests were our acquaintances Stocmar and Ludlow Paten.

    One Of Them

    Charles James Lever

  • "You are always the slave of some especial delusion, Ludlow," said Stocmar, quietly.

    One Of Them

    Charles James Lever

  • Remember, too, Ludlow, that what I ask of you I do not ask from your generosity.

    One Of Them

    Charles James Lever


British Dictionary definitions for ludlow

Ludlow

1
noun
  1. trademark a machine for casting type from matrices set by hand, used esp for headlines

Ludlow

2
noun
  1. a market town in W central England, in Shropshire: castle (11th–16th century). Pop: 9548 (2001)
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