noun, plural til·bur·ies.
Origin of tilbury
Examples from the Web for tilbury
Tilbury laughed good-humouredly; for it was all on the cards that he might get a place in the first eleven before very long.The Master of the Shell|Talbot Baines Reed
The alarm of the Spanish invasion was, however, not the last to threaten the Londoners, and direct attention to Tilbury.Ten Thousand Wonderful Things|Edmund Fillingham King
I heard him hastily packing his modest wardrobe; and in fifteen minutes a tilbury had whirled him away—whither, Heaven only knows.Trifles for the Christmas Holidays|H. S. Armstrong
An occasion soon offered, by the invitation of the Captain to accompany him in an excursion in the tilbury of his brother-in-law.Precaution|James Fenimore Cooper
He received a great welcome when the ship arrived at Tilbury.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete|Albert Bigelow Paine