- n. Plural form of Wellington.
“The Halifaxes are the large 4-engine machines, and the Wellingtons are the large 2-engine machines.”
“I got the men's story and then called the Wellingtons 'house on the telephone.”
“Wellingtons" as the British call them) from Samantha …”
“Baked off miniature Beef Wellingtons and served with a creamy horseradish dipping sauce.”
“The smell of waxed coats and Wellingtons mixed with a little damp dog and, well, mud.”
“Oh, and let's not forget that trip to jolly England, where we rented a restored mill house in the countryside and it rained every single day we were there -- so much rain that we finally bought the kids Wellingtons and hiked in it anyway, for fear that otherwise we'd die of cabin fever.”
“Frédéric seems very much a man of the land, a modest, bespectacled farmer in Wellingtons with calloused hands.”
“Multi-talented Boston-based artist Bleu, who has sometimes shared a stage with the Wellingtons, has followed an increasingly common route, continuing to release eclectic work under his own name and as part of one-off combos like his Jeff-Lynne-inspired L.E.O., while also penning and producing songs for teen-favored acts like the Jonas Brothers, Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato.”
“Although the lyrics often deal with frustration, annoyance and heartbreak, it's hard not to be in a good mood when listening to the Wellingtons.”
“An energetic power-pop quintet from Melbourne, Australia, the Wellingtons have just launched a world tour in support of their fourth album, "In Transit".”
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