He was not much of a chesterfield; but he had his own ways, and they gave me a thrill.
In the fashion of the age of chesterfield they portray the perfect gentleman.
He was with chesterfield, who was to have had a large party.
In 1815 it was moved to Cobbs, chesterfield County, to be open to the public.
Such must have been the speeches of chesterfield, she thought, in this same House of Lords more than a century and a half ago.
It's to be landed and cached on the shores of chesterfield Inlet.
When about half-way from Mansfield to chesterfield, a remarkable change came over the face of the landscape.
I turned about, and there stood my companion at chesterfield.
Few English writers have suffered more injustice in popular estimation than chesterfield.
It was soon known that these papers were 15 written by chesterfield.
Derbyshire town, Old English Cesterfelda, literally "open land near a Roman fort," from ceaster "fort" (see Chester) + feld "open land" (see field (n.)). The cigarette brand was named for Chesterfield County, Virginia, U.S. As a kind of overcoat and a kind of sofa (both 19c.), the name comes from earls of Chesterfield. Philip Stanhope, the fourth Earl of Chesterfield (1694-1773) was the writer on manners and etiquette.