[ US /ˈɛsɪks/ ]
  1. a county in southeastern England on the North Sea and the Thames estuary
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How To Use Essex In A Sentence

  • Or the convenience of an importer's warehouse in Essex.
  • Sometime snooker world champion, perpetually in the tabloids for his substance-assisted high jinks, he's the quintessence of Essex wide-boy.
  • The wyvern was the emblem of the rulers of Wessex and the word "wyvern" is associated with the many areas of Wessex, reflected in many county and town heraldries of the South West and west of England.
  • The category award winners ranged from a housing co-operative in Dundee to a children's play area in an Essex village.
  • The government gained the support of ‘Essex man’, the patriotic, Sun-reading, skilled or semi-skilled worker in new towns such as Basildon.
  • That of the Wessex Basin in southern England accumulated in the northwestern reaches of the Anglo-Paris Basin, an epicontinental sea formed at the junction of the Tethyan, Boreal and Atlantic realms.
  • Essex Crane, which serves contractors nationwide, owns 500 crawler cranes in its fleet.
  • One reason for Essex's likely limitation on imported labour is the high cost of housing.
  • Wildlife spotted in East SussexButterflies (13) meadow brown; hedge brown; speckled wood; essex skipper; small skipper; large skipper; comma; small tortoiseshell; large white; small white; green-veined white; purple hairstreak; white admiral How to get back to nature when camping
  • He noted the incidence of barrows reused as Saxon cemeteries and other Saxon burials on or near parish boundaries in Wessex.
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