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[wawl-tuh m-stoh, -thuh m-]
  1. a former borough, now part of Waltham Forest, in SE England.
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Historical Examples

  • Walthamstow slept in heated but profound oblivion of its mean existence.

    World's War Events, Vol. I


  • The crowding tenements of Walthamstow could have had no semblance to any of these, at any height.

  • Eight bombs in all were launched on Walthamstow—two of them ineffectual.

  • Soon I was with my father in a stage-coach on our way to Walthamstow.

    Jacques Bonneval

    Anne Manning

  • The provisions they had at Walthamstow served them very plentifully this night; and as for the next, they left it to Providence.