/ (ˈmɔːpəθ) /

  1. a town in NE England, the administrative centre of Northumberland. Pop: 13 555 (2001)

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How to use Morpeth in a sentence

  • On the 4th he reached Morpeth, where he was received by the Sheriff of Northumberland.

    Monk | Julian Corbett
  • Thomas had been to Morpeth disposing of a part of his hirsels, and he had found a much better market for them than he anticipated.

  • At the general election of the same year he was returned to parliament as member for the family borough of Morpeth.

  • Within two weeks, Mr. Morpeth found himself entangled in a flirtation such as he had never dreamed of.

    Short Sixes | H. C. Bunner
  • Mr. Morpeth, wearing a grave expression, was paddling Miss Flossy toward the hotel.

    Short Sixes | H. C. Bunner