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/ ˈneɪz bi /
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a village in W Northamptonshire, in central England: Royalist defeat 1645.
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Richard Naseby read the whole thing from beginning to end; and a crushing shame fell upon his spirit.
Midnight followed, and then one of the morning; and still she had not stirred, nor had Richard Naseby dared to quit the window.
Next day the report went abroad that Mr. Richard was reconciled to his father and had been taken home to Naseby House.
No,” she said, “Mr. Naseby will have the goodness to go home at once, and you will go to bed.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume XXI|Robert Louis Stevenson
Anyway, Naseby had left Cherry Street for good, and had gone back to the country to work there.Gallegher and Other Stories|Richard Harding Davis
British Dictionary definitions for Naseby
/ (ˈneɪzbɪ) /
a village in Northamptonshire: site of a major Parliamentarian victory (1645) in the Civil War, when Cromwell routed Prince Rupert's force
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