Definitions

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  • proper n. a place name; the homestead of Ella's sons (reference)

Etymologies

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From Old English

Examples

  • But it can't go on for ever – not least because many now feel his current landlord and benefactor, Vaughan Smith, deserves to have his couch back after nearly a year of hosting the WikiLeaks founder at Ellingham Hall in Norfolk.

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • I met Mark Ellingham and Natanya Jansz at a party in London.

    A Conversation with Chris Stewart, author of Driving Over Lemons

  • Canongate said: Despite sitting for more than 50 hours of taped interviews and spending many late nights at Ellingham Hall in Norfolk where he was – and still is – living under house arrest discussing his life and the work of WikiLeaks with the writer he had enlisted to help him, Julian became increasingly troubled by the thought of publishing an autobiography.

    Julian Assange publishers to release autobiography without his consent

  • Arriving just as his curfew came into force Thursday night, Assange told reporters he was looking forward to spending Christmas at Ellingham.

    WikiLeaks Founder: U.S. Indictment Coming

  • Assange, a globe-trotting activist who once described himself as a homeless refugee, may have to stay at Ellingham Hall for a long time.

    WikiLeaks Founder: U.S. Indictment Coming

  • In an interview Friday on ABC's "Good Morning America," Assange said he had never heard Manning's name until the press began reporting it, although in another interview at Ellingham Hall he appeared close to acknowledging he was one of WikiLeaks' sources.

    WikiLeaks Founder: U.S. Indictment Coming

  • The grant also included Hethersett, Ellingham, and Dychingham in Norfolk which further filled in tiny gaps in this cluster.

    From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558

  • There was quite a crowd in the train at first, but they thinned out at the inner suburbs, and by the time we got to Ellingham - that's two stops before mine - there were only the two of us left in the carriage, myself and this fellow I was telling you about.

    Best Detective Stories

  • I can generally reckon on finding out what a man's line of country is in ten and a half minutes - that's what it takes from Ellingham to Bardfield by train - and know whether he's a contact worth following up or not, but this one beat me.

    Best Detective Stories

  • "A guinea pig, you dam old fool," flashed back Ellingham, as he stepped off the stool, while the crowd yelled, "Bully for Hare."

    Watch Yourself Go By

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