Windsor

[ US /ˈwɪnzɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the British royal family since 1917
  2. a city in southeastern Ontario on the Detroit River opposite Detroit
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How To Use Windsor In A Sentence

  • Windsor and colleagues have referred to these as service demands or wants or as perceived or felt needs. An Introduction to Community Health
  • Suzy Menkes noted in an article that the jewels the Duchess of Windsor gave Princess Michael included: ‘a gold sunburst suite set with pearls and a pair of emerald panther earrings.’
  • The model nature of Windsor involved imitation, as of the Tudor style, to make a statement with a lot of leisure about it.
  • Windsor is open to visitors when the Royal Family is not in residence.
  • All 44 diocesan bishops and 10 suffragans were asked to attend the meeting to discuss October's Windsor Report, a document produced to examine the crisis.
  • My other two best bets also run at Windsor. The Sun
  • More than 900 years of British history went up in smoke in the Great Fire of Windsor.
  • The Windsor, the oldest five-star hotel in Australia, at first can seem fusty and a little conservative, but she soon comes alive with the stories told about her.
  • South Windsor is a lovely little town and the drive down to the launch was picturesque with rolling cornfields and wildflower meadows.
  • The Windsor Beauties, painted for the Duchess of York (1662-8; Hampton Court, Royal Coll.), handsomely déshabillé and languorous, successfully capture the hedonistic climate of the court.
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