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Walthamstow

[ wawl-tuhm-stoh, -thuhm- ]

noun

  1. a former borough, now part of Waltham Forest, in SE England.


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The 'Walthamstow' hut at Remy had to be temporarily abandoned during the German offensive.

The extensive water-works for east London, by the Lea near Walthamstow, may also be mentioned.

He has no strength for the walk to Walthamstow to see his young sister, and even shrinks from the fatigue of going by coach.

We hear in the meantime of her being in close correspondence 515 with his young sister at Walthamstow.

His stay at Walthamstow was brief, his departure abrupt, and he went to school no more.

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