American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Hilton, Conrad Nicholson 1887-1979. American hotel-chain organizer who acquired hotels in many American cities and in 1946 founded the Hilton Hotel Corporation.
- Hilton, James 1900-1954. British novelist whose best-known works are Lost Horizon (1933), set in the fictional land of Shangri-La, and Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1934).
- n. A surname.
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“I was the sole visitor that day; the "Hilton" is not on the tourist circuit for most Western visitors in Vietnam.”
“Paris Hilton is dumping the winner of her reality series My New BFF … and looking for another.”
“Below, check out the video to see just a portion of what a night out with Aubrey O'Day and Paris Hilton is like, and then click here to watch all of our celebrity videos from here at Sundance.”
“(Hilton is just West of Rochester in Northern Monroe County) It has been spotted on several different occasions chasing deer & livestock, dogs, and cats”
“Why am I seeing that Paris Hilton is looking for a new "BFF"?”
“So unless Holtz-Eakin believes that Paris Hilton is going to single-handedly create a host of jobs, his numbers need some work.”
“Professor Hilton is right, and if I were you, I'd go to night school.”
“Perez Hilton is the only person who ever made me ashamed to be an active homosexual.”
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