East Midland

NOUN
  1. the dialect of Middle English that replaced West Saxon as the literary language and which developed into Modern English
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How To Use East Midland In A Sentence

  • Standard English derives from the old East Midland dialect.
  • Regional news programme East Midlands Today broadcast the exchange with the allegedly offending word bleeped out. The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed
  • The East Midlands Development Agency (EMDA) said attracting a firm which makes about 2.5 million cars a year was "fantastic news" for the region.
  • The funds raised will help to pay for two exploration wells to be sunk in the East Midlands. Times, Sunday Times
  • The funds raised will help to pay for two exploration wells to be sunk in the East Midlands. Times, Sunday Times
  • The north-south divide is emphasised by the fact that directors in the north-east and East Midlands also get up to 12 per cent below the average.
  • Modern English comes from the East Midland dialect of Middle English.
  • The funds raised will help to pay for two exploration wells to be sunk in the East Midlands. Times, Sunday Times
  • Most of the squad and some ex-players took advantage of a rare Sunday off to go on veteran prop Andy Precious' stag weekend in the East Midlands city.
  • The north-south divide is emphasised by the fact that directors in the north-east and East Midlands also get up to 12 per cent below the average.
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