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Middleton

[mid-l-tuh n] /ˈmɪd l tən/
noun
1.
Thomas, c1570–1627, English dramatist.
2.
a town in S Wisconsin.
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  • They are known at a later period to have acted some of Lily's Euphuistic plays, and one of Middleton's.

    Old and New London Walter Thornbury
  • "They're always nice with children," Captain Middleton said firmly.

    Jan and Her Job L. Allen Harker
  • It is a bare six miles from the heart of Manchester to Middleton.

    Rides on Railways Samuel Sidney
  • Therefore did she smile at Captain Middleton in this distracting fashion.

    Jan and Her Job L. Allen Harker
  • "Middleton is still here," said Ralph, significantly, who was pouring out something for his father.

British Dictionary definitions for Middleton

Middleton1

/ˈmɪdəltən/
noun
1.
a town in NW England, in Rochdale Unitary Authority, Greater Manchester. Pop: 45 314 (2001)

Middleton2

/ˈmɪdəltən/
noun
1.
Kate, real name Catherine Elizabeth. born 1982, married Prince William in 2011; created Duchess of Cambridge
2.
Thomas. ?1570–1627, English dramatist. His plays include the tragedies Women beware Women (1621) and, in collaboration with William Rowley (?1585–?1642), The Changeling (1622) and the political satire A Game at Chess (1624)
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