How to use Whitechapel in a sentence
It will be on view at the Whitechapel Gallery January 14—April 15, 2014.
And away went the coach up Whitechapel, to the admiration of the whole population of that pretty densely populated quarter.The Pickwick Papers | Charles Dickens
I once knew a sweep in Whitechapel who was firmly persuaded that he had a legacy of five hundred pounds in the Bank of England.Workhouse Characters | Margaret Wynne Nevinson
He was for many years Rector of Whitechapel, where he eloquently preached both by word and pen.Some Jewish Witnesses For Christ | Rev. A. Bernstein, B.D.
I remember well the falling of the Brunswick Theatre, out Whitechapel way.The History of the Catnach Press | Charles Hindley
It had none of the dismal and monotonous hideousness and the hopelessness of a Bethnal Green and a Whitechapel.The Silver Poppy | Arthur Stringer
British Dictionary definitions for Whitechapel
billiards the act of potting one's opponent's white ball
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