[ step-nee ]
/ ˈstɛp ni /
a former borough of Greater London, England, now part of Tower Hamlets.
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Words nearby Stepney
, step into
, step into someone's shoes
, Step on a crack, break your mother's back
, step on it
, step on someone's toes
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How to use Stepney in a sentence
Ralegh would find its vicinity to Stepney, the general resort of seamen, convenient.
Further on lay the hamlet of Stebenhithe (Stepney), with its low broad-towered church.
Yes, these little mites arrive at Stepney somewhat strangely at times.
Among other places, she applied to the police in London, and the authorities suggested that she should call at Stepney.
British Dictionary definitions for Stepney
Word Origin for stepney
C20: from Stepney Street, Llanelli, the address of a tyre manufacturer
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