[ruht-luh nd-sheer, -sher]
- a former county, now part of Leicestershire, in central England.
Also called Rutland.
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Examples from the Web for rutlandshire
George has a very fine horse running in the Rutlandshire a very fine horse.The Country House
I should start with Kent, not Rutlandshire, and be prepared to migrate to Yorkshire.Dodo's Daughter
E. F. Benson
This gentleman was descended from an ancient family, resident in Rutlandshire.Guy Fawkes
On no single day of her life of fifty years did she forget that she was a Rutlandshire Mornington.The Sixth Sense
He took holy orders, and eventually became rector of Stretton in Rutlandshire.