Walpole

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biographical name Wal·pole \ ˈwȯl-ˌpōl , ˈwäl- \

Definition of Walpole

Horace 1717–1797 originally Horatio Walpole 4th Earl of Or*ford play \ˈȯr-fərd\ English author

Walpole

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Sir Hugh Seymour 1884–1941 English novelist

Walpole

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Sir Robert 1676–1745 1st Earl of Orford; father of Horace Walpole English statesman

Walpolian

play \wȯl-ˈpō-lē-ən, wäl-\ adjective

Walpole

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geographical name Wal·pole \ ˈwȯl-ˌpōl , ˈwäl- \

Definition of Walpole

town in eastern Massachusetts southwest of Boston population 24,070

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