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Chichester1

/ˈtʃɪtʃɪstə/
noun
1.
a city in S England, administrative centre of West Sussex: Roman ruins; 11th-century cathedral; Festival Theatre. Pop: 27 477 (2001)

Chichester2

/ˈtʃɪtʃɪstə/
noun
1.
Sir Francis. 1901–72, British yachtsman, who sailed alone round the world in Gipsy Moth IV (1966–67)
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  • He wished he had both these books in his rucksack, but as he had not, he decided he would hunt for them in chichester.

  • chichester is known among his intimate friends as "Chinchin."

    Days Off Henry Van Dyke
  • In this party the Dean of chichester deservedly holds a very high place.

  • chichester took in the situation in a flash of grieved insight.

    Days Off Henry Van Dyke
  • On the other hand in chichester cathedral , the ogee motive is supreme.

  • They changed horses quickly, and chichester took the reins and drove on.

    Days Off Henry Van Dyke
  • Sir chichester rang the bell, and in answer to his summons Jenny came down the stairs.

    The Summons A.E.W. Mason
  • Mr chichester, you know more about the harbour than any of the rest of us.

    Two Gallant Sons of Devon Harry Collingwood
  • A gasp of indignation and horror ran round that breakfast table when Sir chichester had finished.

    The Summons A.E.W. Mason
  • On Friday, the Queen knighted six gentlemen and passed on to chichester.

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