St. James's Palace
[ seynt jeym-ziz, suh nt ]
/ ˌseɪnt ˈdʒeɪm zɪz, sənt /
a palace in London, England: the royal residence from the time of Henry VIII until the accession of Victoria.
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British Dictionary definitions for saint james's palace
Saint James's Palace
noun usually abbreviated to: St James's Palace
a palace in Pall Mall, London: a residence of British monarchs from 1697 to 1837
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