tilbury[ til-ber-ee, -buh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF tilbury
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TILBURY
I saw him off at Tilbury when he left England on his last Expedition.
The menace of that time has passed away, and now Tilbury is known by its docks.
He received a great welcome when the ship arrived at Tilbury.
Tilbury, on the Thames, was chosen as the rendezvous for the land forces.
Send two or three men down to Tilbury to watch outgoing boats there.
As they ran into Tilbury Station a train was standing at the departure platform.
To be sure, poor Nelly had known of that journey to Tilbury just as well as if she had accompanied him.
Why, I went after you to Tilbury when you were going out—to find out what you meant.
He drove up in his tilbury, and said he was on his way to Plymouth.
I've only enough juice to run us back to Tilbury, sir, if we put about now!