Definitions

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  • proper n. A municipality name in anglophone areas.
  • proper n. A surname.

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Examples

  • Mary's father was a dairyman with a shop in Euston, so they had a little bit of a headstart; they had connections.

    Great dynasties of the world: The Sainsburys

  • That’s the new building in Euston Road that looks rather like a railway station.

    February 2005

  • The letters I have sent of Mr. L's will inform you of a late sort of misunderstanding at Troston and Euston, which is happily settled.

    Letter 38

  • Later, Euston main line station is repeatedly referred to as "Euston Square", which is what the adjacent Underground station came to be called in 1909.

    Mr Briggs' Hat: A Sensational Account of Britain's First Railway Murder by Kate Colquhoun – review

  • Cantina Laredo is the finest upscale Tex-Mex restaurant in London, sitting alongside Mestizo in Euston, which is more traditional in its approach to Mexican food but sits in a less fun area.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • The survivor of an uneasy childhood -- a broken Anglo-Indian home and a posh convent education in England -- she had been her raffish London neighborhood's most popular typist, the inspiration to a young circle of painters known as the Euston Road School, a disciple of Cyril Connolly and later his indispensable editor during the heady days of Horizon magazine, a baby sitter in the Orwell household, a lover of Arthur Koestler, the mistress of the charismatic French philosopher Maurice Merleau-Ponty.

    The Girl from the Fiction Department: The Widow Orwell

  • TfL said three-quarters of tube stations were open, including main interchanges such as Euston, Waterloo and Paddington, and claimed that more services were running than during a previous strike last month.

    Tube strike hits millions of London commuters

  • TfL said three-quarters of tube stations were open, including main interchanges such as Euston, Waterloo and Paddington, and claimed more services were running than during the strike last month.

    Tube strike causes commuter chaos across London

  • "Euston," I repeated vaguely, for the phrase at that moment sounded to me like China or Arabia.

    Tremendous Trifles

  • Until her turn was reached: "Where for, miss?" and her weak little reply: "Euston"!

    The Old Wives' Tale

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