How to use Warwickshire in a sentence
He went to Rugby School in Warwickshire, one of England’s most famous boarding schools and the birthplace of the British Commonwealth’s popular sport Rugby football.Steven Spurrier, the Briton who helped make California wines a global commodity, dies at 79 | Phil Davison | March 10, 2021 | Washington Post
MPs with numbers like 333 (Lancaster & Fleetwood), 214 (Sherwood) or 54 (N Warwickshire) tattooed on to their eyelids.
Large tracts, in particular Warwickshire and the adjoining midlands, were very thinly inhabited.
Warwickshire is more celebrated for its Oaks and Elms than for its Ash trees.The plant-lore and garden-craft of Shakespeare | Henry Nicholson Ellacombe
Arnold did not like the flat scenery of Warwickshire He described himself as "in it like a plant sunk in the ground in a pot."The World's Greatest Books, Vol X | Various
When the Warwickshire labourers broke out in assertion of their right to live, he hailed the event as an omen of better times.The Life of Thomas Wanless, Peasant | Alexander Johnstone Wilson
I don't know whether that is one of the data for the Warwickshire logicians who have decided him to be the author of my books.George Eliot's Life, Vol. II (of 3) | George Eliot
British Dictionary definitions for Warwickshire
a county of central England: until 1974, when the West Midlands metropolitan county was created, it contained one of the most highly industrialized regions in the world, centred on Birmingham. Administrative centre: Warwick. Pop: 519 300 (2003 est). Area: 1981 sq km (765 sq miles)
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