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Dulwich

/ˈdʌlɪtʃ/
noun
1.
a residential district in the Greater London borough of Southwark: site of an art gallery and the public school, Dulwich College
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  • There was, in particular, a wood near dulwich, whither he was wont to go.

    Life of Robert Browning William Sharp
  • dulwich were disposed of for 67, largely owing to the bowling of Pearson.

  • I am inclined to think that my own six and a half years (1908-15) at dulwich were about the time of its Augustan era.

  • We could imagine the latter at dulwich examining and measuring his holly bushes.

    Pickwickian Studies Percy Fitzgerald
  • She put her jewels back in the safe, and told Merat to pack sufficient things for a month, and to follow her with them to dulwich.

    Evelyn Innes George Moore
  • Laurel Cottage, dulwich Village, that was the address which he had confided to her.

  • It was his hope that his own success would give a stimulus to the study of history at dulwich.

  • She only parted from Byron when he was placed at school at dulwich, in 1800.

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