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  • proper noun A town in Berkshire, England

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Examples

  • The origin of the name Hungerford appeared to have been lost in obscurity.

    From John O'Groats to Land's End

  • The name Hungerford first appears in the United States patent records in

    All About Coffee

  • According to one gentleman, whose interesting record we afterwards saw, it "has been an etymological puzzle to the topographer and local antiquarian, who have left the matter in the same uncertainty in which they found it"; but if he had accompanied us in our walk that day across those desolate downs, and felt the pangs of hunger as we did, mile after mile in the dark, he would have sought for no other derivation of the name Hungerford, and could have found ample corroboration by following us into the coffee-room of the "Bear Hotel" that night.

    From John O'Groats to Land's End

  • On the retirement of Mr.S. J. Hungerford from the Presidency of the Railways and of Trans-Canada Air Lines, he succeeded him, becoming President of the Railways, the Steamship Lines, Central Vermont Railway, and the Grand Trunk Western, and a Director of Trans-Canada Air Lines.

    The Railway At War

  • "Hungerford," I said, "you do not generally croak, but you are earning the character of the raven for yourself to-night.

    Mrs. Falchion, Volume 1.

  • "Hungerford," I said, "you do not generally croak, but you are earning the character of the raven for yourself to-night.

    The Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Gilbert Parker

  • "Hungerford," I said, "you do not generally croak, but you are earning the character of the raven for yourself to-night.

    Mrs. Falchion, Complete

  • His York Castle brand is available at Caribbean supermarkets and restaurants and at a retail location on Hungerford Drive in Rockville that he opened in August 2009.

    Ice cream isn't always sweet

  • His York Castle brand is available at Caribbean supermarkets and restaurants and at a retail location on Hungerford Drive in Rockville that he opened in August 2009.

    Ice cream isn't always sweet

  • Bob's Big Boy, Ookla, and the Batmobile by Ryan Hungerford available as prints here.

    Bob's Big Boy runs amok

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