an association that provides lighthouses, buoys, etc, around the British coast
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How to use Trinity House in a sentence
Here a great deal of sorry disordered talk about the Trinity House men, their being exempted from land service.Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete | Samuel Pepys
Trinity House sent them the usual blanks and instruments for recording meteorological observations.The Lord of the Sea | M. P. Shiel
Brand did not know that the officials of the Trinity House had only agreed to help Stanhope's hazardous project under compulsion.The Pillar of Light | Louis Tracy
This is not the first time I have been present at the hospitable board of the Trinity House.
Seldom has the banqueting hall of the Trinity House been honoured by the presence of so many illustrious and eloquent guests.