Examples from the Web for windsor
He is expected to spend the next few days closeted with lawyers and advisers at his home, Royal Lodge, in Windsor Great Park.
But Sarah Ferguson still lives in the family home, Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park, when she is in the U.K.
As I noted in May, the Windsor opinion is actually much narrower than the cases that have followed in its midst.
A caravan from Windsor, Ontario across the river recently delivered a couple of hundred gallons to needy customers.Detroit Shuts Off Water to Residents but Not to Businesses Who Owe Millions|Mary M. Chapman|July 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It has been called the “golden hem of Windsor”: whatever George or Kate wears instantly sells out.Happy Birthday, Prince George! Will the Wee Royal Be the First King of the 22nd Century?|Emma Woolf|July 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
One day his majesty met a young rustic on the road not far from Windsor Castle.Agnes Strickland's Queens of England, Vol. III. (of III)|Rosalie Kaufman
Its rooms are broad and long and low, filled with hospitable tables and comfortable Windsor chairs.The Personality of American Cities|Edward Hungerford
At Windsor, the royal residence, I admired only the park, which is very fine.The Memoirs of Madame Vige Lebrun|Marie Louise Elisabeth Vige-Lebrun
Windsor is the next town in the colony of New South Wales, which appears to be deserving of a particular notice.Australia, its history and present condition|William Pridden
George thought the Prince very clever and well-informed at Windsor; and his character always comes out honest.Miss Eden's Letters|Emily Eden
British Dictionary definitions for windsor (1 of 2)
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Word Origin and History for windsor
town in Berkshire, Old English Windlesoran (c.1060), literally "bank or slope with a windlass" (Old English *windels). Site of a royal residence, hence Windsor chair (1724), Windsor tie (1895), Windsor knot in a necktie (1953).