Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A native or citizen of London in England.
- n. A person from, or an inhabitant of, London.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A native or inhabitant of London.
- n. a native or resident of London
- London + -er (Wiktionary)
“So, one year on, and this Londoner is feeling more than a little reflective.”
“Here in Britain, closed-circuit cameras are everywhere: the average Londoner is said to be photographed some 300 times a day.”
“I have read that the average Londoner is captured 300 times a day via CCTVs.”
“For example, the most bitter insult one can offer to a Londoner is bastardwhich, taken for what it means, is hardly an insult at all.”
“Chris, I realise that London isn't your neck of the woods, but thelondonpaper sic is News Group's evening free sheet, and The Londoner is the City Hall monthly free sheet.”
“For a long time the Londoner has been a lone fighter on the continental battlefield.”
“For here, in this Italian country, and in the Eternal City, the man whom I had so far mainly known as a Londoner was far more at home than I; and I realized, perhaps more fully than ever before, the extraordinary range of his knowledge and sympathies.”
“It is a commonplace that the Londoner is the most provincial of all Englishmen, living in sublime ignorance of what is thought and done in the rest of the kingdom; and in similar wise, when a man sneers at the _bourgeoisie_, I never think of looking up his pedigree in Debrett.”
“The eldest of the four was George Peele, variously described as a Londoner and a Devonshire man, who was probably born about 1558.”
“On our way back we landed at another island called Londoner's Rock, or some such name.”
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