[ loot-n ]

  1. a city in Bedfordshire, S central England, NW of London.

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How to use Luton in a sentence

  • At the APAS in Luton, a counselor warned a reporter about similar “risks”.

  • The moment every obstacle was removed to her marriage with Teddie Luton, half the allurement was gone.

    The Circle | W. Somerset Maugham
  • In the second ewe, before the Luton Guardians a few days ago, an old woman of seventy-two appeared, asking for relief.

  • Tony Luton was a young man who had sprung from the people, and had taken care that there should be no recoil.

  • The orchestra struck up a rollicking measure and Tony Luton made his entrance amid a rousing storm of applause.

  • Tony Luton confronted him, an angry scowl on his face, a blaze in his heavy-lidded eyes.

British Dictionary definitions for Luton


/ (ˈluːtən) /

  1. a town in SE central England, in Luton unitary authority, S Bedfordshire: airport; motor-vehicle industries; university (1993). Pop: 185 543 (2001)

  2. a unitary authority in SE central England, in Bedfordshire. Pop: 185 200 (2003 est). Area: 43 sq km (17 sq miles)

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