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Morpeth

/ˈmɔːpəθ/
noun
1.
a town in NE England, the administrative centre of Northumberland. Pop: 13 555 (2001)
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  • morpeth heard a voice, weak, but cheery, addressing him from the far end of the parlor.

    Short Sixes H. C. Bunner
  • At the north country town of morpeth a brank is still preserved.

    Bygone Punishments William Andrews
  • We can go first to morpeth's place and then take a drive to the fashionable beach.

  • Fordham is between Durham and morpeth—seven miles from Lamington station.

    Salem Chapel, v.1/2 Mrs. Oliphant
  • Alfred, is it—is it that you've just found out—since you left this morning—that Mr. morpeth is your father?

  • "I should like to be introduced to Mr. morpeth, if you don't mind," said Mark eagerly.

  • "Ah, Mr. morpeth," said Mrs. Rouat, mopping her face with her damp handkerchief.

  • That is Mr. morpeth, Mrs. Fellowes' friend, and mine too now.

  • Mr. morpeth briefly narrated to her the events of which Mark Cheveril had put him in possession at the station.

  • You remember Mr. morpeth whom we met at Mrs. Fellowes' that morning?

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