a city in Tyne and Wear, NE England, near the mouth of the Tyne River.
a type of coal widely used in Great Britain, especially for domestic purposes.
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How to use Wallsend in a sentence
Wallsend, wawlz′end, n. a kind of coal originally dug at Wallsend on the Tyne.
The remains of this great wall still lie from Wallsend to the west coast.Britain in the Middle Ages | Florence L. Bowman
The mill stood on a tidal stream which ran into the Tyne near to Wallsend.Human Animals | Frank Hamel
It was a morning to make the hardiest give in to the temptation of a hundred-weight of best Wallsend, blazing.It Never Can Happen Again | William De Morgan
After this success Mr. Parsons erected works at Wallsend-on-Tyne for the special manufacture of turbines.The Romance of Modern Invention | Archibald Williams
British Dictionary definitions for Wallsend
a town in NE England, in North Tyneside unitary authority, Tyne and Wear: situated on the River Tyne at the E end of Hadrian's Wall. Pop: 42 842 (2001)
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