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Willingdon

[ wil-ing-duhn ]
/ ˈwɪl ɪŋ dən /
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noun
Freeman Free·man-Thom·as [free-muhn-tom-uhs], /ˈfri mənˈtɒm əs/, 1st Marquis of, 1866–1941, British colonial official: governor general of Canada 1926–31; viceroy and governor general of India 1931–36.
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How to use Willingdon in a sentence

  • In each case we pass through Willingdon and Polegate, and stop at Lewes.

    The Modern Malady|Cyril Bennett
  • For Willingdon Mill, formerly gay with flowers and creepers, is now a wreck of its former self.

  • We now have fine views of the Downs on our right front though Willingdon to Eastbourne (63 m.).

    Seaward Sussex|Edric Holmes
  • The classic case of haunting in England is, perhaps, that of Willingdon Mill.

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