Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A kind of dry, open soil characteristic of certain parts of England.
  • Characterized by the prevalence of the soil known as chiltern: as, chiltern counties.

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  • These things having been duly weighed, I had already applied for the chiltern hundreds and my seat was declared vacated: to the great joy of Lord Bray; and his now bosom friend, the Earl of Idford.

    The Adventures of Hugh Trevor

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  • Further information is available at www. chiltern.com.

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