[ US /ˈkɪmbɝɫi/ ]
- city in central South Africa; center for diamond mining and diamond marketing
How To Use Kimberley In A Sentence
- Prince Hohenlohe -- aiming, and for a time with some partial success, at re-establishing friendly relations with Russia, the advantages of a good understanding between Great Britain and Germany were obvious; for hardly had the difficulties on the North-West frontiers of India been for the time quieted by the "Pamir" Treaty of 1895, [Footnote: This Treaty was made while Lord Kimberley was Foreign Secretary.] when the war between The Life of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke, Volume 2
- He saw Kimberley and Killion curling in from either side, and wondered that they were both intact.
- Aborigines living in the coastal Kimberley region of Australia's top end sometimes dance a corroboree re-enacting the arrival of dingoes to Australia.
- Kimberley gaped in disbelief and what looked like pure fury at the sheer bitchiness of the other girl in the room, and Clay was seeing red as I stood up.
- Kimberley was not allowed on the main road, but had decided to tag along on her pink mountain bike.
- It was Swan who built the four barns, using ant-heap clay and Kimberley brick. Rainbow’s End
- The club was granted a charter in 1926 and by May 1932 sufficient funds had been raised to build a club hall in Kimberley Road on ground granted by the municipality.
- Most of the Kimberley Group is undeformed and a broad dissected plateau is developed on the flat-lying rocks.
- Derby is a small town perched on the red edge of the vast Kimberley region in the north of Western Australia.
- Besides those gums, another Australasian tree, the thin-foliaged and unlovely, but quick-growing "beefwood," has been largely planted at Kimberley and some other places. Impressions of South Africa