Barrington



a town in E Rhode Island.
Historical Examples

Leading his horse, Barrington went to the door and called for the landlord.
The Light That Lures Percy Brebner

“Miss Barrington told me I might take this liberty,” said Polly, with a faint smile.
Barrington Charles James Lever

Barrington Court (now a farm) is a magnificent E-shaped building, with numerous twisted chimneys, turrets, and finials.
Somerset G.W. Wade and J.H. Wade

I am called Miss Barrington, sir, by all but those of my own family.
Barrington Charles James Lever

The Hon. Mr. Barrington does not mention anything about this circumstance.
A History of Inventions, Discoveries, and Origins, Volume I (of 2) Johann Beckman

“I ‘m afraid if we get into ethics we ‘ll forget all about the proposal,” said Barrington.
Barrington Charles James Lever

After much study they presented their list to Mrs. Barrington who thought it very judicious.
The Girls at Mount Morris Amanda Minnie Douglas

“But only for a season, and a very brief season too, I trust,” said Barrington.
Barrington Charles James Lever

Barrington is not a man that I ever liked, and my young people say contemptuous things of his family as a whole.
Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 148, January 13th 1915 Various

And, with a bow of acquiescence, Barrington led the way to his study.
Barrington Charles James Lever

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Jonah. born 1940, British squash player; winner of the Open Championship 1966–67, 1969–72

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