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Radnor

[rad-ner] /ˈræd nər/
noun
1.
a town in SE Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia.
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  • Radnor always did exhibit a lordly disregard in money matters.

    The Four Pools Mystery Jean Webster
  • Radnor is the newspaper man whom I—who sought to interview me.

    The Last Woman Ross Beeckman
  • Radnor seemed to be on the inside track of whatever was going on, and he was old enough to take care of his own affairs.

    The Four Pools Mystery Jean Webster
  • Radnor was seated in the lobby of the Hotel Astor, when Duncan entered the place.

    The Last Woman Ross Beeckman
  • But Dad cant be moved, and weve got to do the best we can right here in Radnor.

    Those Dale Girls Frank Weston Carruth
  • Watch him on the countermarch when they pass the Radnor cornet band.

    Back Home Eugene Wood
  • I am sure I dont know, she said wearily; I know very little about Radnor.

    Those Dale Girls Frank Weston Carruth
  • Radnor whispered in my ear that he reckoned Nancy had "got um" again.

    The Four Pools Mystery Jean Webster
  • I still remember as delightful most of the circumstances of getting into 79, Radnor Square.

    The New Machiavelli Herbert George Wells
  • Radnor spoke shortly, but with an underlying note of bitterness.

    The Four Pools Mystery Jean Webster
Word Origin and History for Radnor

place in eastern Wales, the name is Old English, literally "at the red bank," from Old English read (dative singular readan; see red (n.1) + ofer "bank, slope."

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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