Radnor

[ rad-ner ]

noun
  1. a town in SE Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia.

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How to use Radnor in a sentence

  • Now to live in this sacred precinct, as every one in Radnor knows, gives an immediate claim to distinction.

    Those Dale Girls | Frank Weston Carruth
  • This Radnor people knew through that mysterious agency by which a neighborhood keeps in touch with itself.

    Those Dale Girls | Frank Weston Carruth
  • The bill was conducted in the lords by the Earl of Radnor, who moved the second reading on the 1st of August.

  • I am sure I dont know, she said wearily; I know very little about Radnor.

    Those Dale Girls | Frank Weston Carruth
  • The few acres of sacred soil in Radnor on which it is permissible to live.

    Those Dale Girls | Frank Weston Carruth