New Romney


noun
  1. a seaport town in E Kent, in SE England: one of the Cinque Ports.

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How to use New Romney in a sentence

  • Hunt grunted, and wondered how long that had been so; for New Romney, where the apothecary lived, lay to the right.

    In Kings' Byways | Stanley J. Weyman
  • Fat fields yielded toll of rent and wool; the important harbour of New Romney collected rich shipping dues.

    The Ingoldsby Country | Charles G. (Charles George) Harper
  • Yet how could he present himself at New Romney with a fur coat and a face like a collier's?

    The Literary Sense | E. Nesbit
  • Suppose he crept quietly away and went to the inn at New Romney!

    The Literary Sense | E. Nesbit
  • He was going to New Romney to tell the old people what had happened and where he stood.

    Kipps | H. G. Wells

British Dictionary definitions for New Romney

New Romney

noun
  1. a market town in SE England, in Kent on Romney Marsh: of early importance as one of the Cinque Ports, but is now over 1.6 km (1 mile) inland. Pop: 9406 (2001): Former name (until 1563): Romney

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