Wentworth

[went-wurth]
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noun

Thomas, 1st Earl of Strafford. Strafford, 1st Earl of.
William Charles,1793–1872, Australian political leader, author, and journalist.

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  • She would have parted with Wentworth on a friendly basis, at least.

  • There was no denying this point, so Wentworth said nothing more.

  • Wentworth saw the name of their firm of solicitors at the top of the letter-paper.

  • You must not worry about the matter, Mr. Wentworth; everything is all right.

  • I thought I should find you here, and so I did not call at your office, Wentworth.


British Dictionary definitions for wentworth

Wentworth

noun

Thomas. See (Earl of) Strafford
William Charles. 1790–1872, Australian explorer and statesman who was a member of the exploring party that first crossed the Blue Mountains in 1813 and was later a leader in the movement for self-government in New South Wales
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