How to use Marlborough in a sentence
One night late that summer they put him aboard the sleeper for Winnipeg, and when he got off he asked for the Marlborough Hotel.
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Kate played hockey since junior school and was captain of the first XI at Marlborough College.
Kate is a fan and has played since junior school and was captain of the 1st 11 at Marlborough College.
Before buying the priory, the couple had rented a cottage nearby from the Duke of Marlborough on his Blenheim Palace estate.
But that of Marlborough awakened many recollections and gave occasion to many speculations.
But he could not help perceiving that Marlborough's situation was widely different from what it had been a few years before.
It is remarkable that Devonshire was, and that Marlborough was not, one of the Dissentients.
Marlborough had formerly made himself conspicuous by the keenness and pertinacity with which he had attacked the Dutch.
Marlborough used all his influence against the motion; and he had strong reasons for doing so.
British Dictionary definitions for Marlborough (1 of 2)
a town in S England, in Wiltshire: besieged and captured by Royalists in the Civil War (1642); site of Marlborough College, a public school founded in 1843. Pop: 7713 (2001)
British Dictionary definitions for Marlborough (2 of 2)
1st Duke of. title of John Churchill. 1650–1722, English general; commander of British forces in the War of the Spanish Succession (1701–14), in which he won victories at Blenheim (1704), Ramillies (1706), Oudenaarde (1708), and Malplaquet (1709)
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