tilbury

noun til·bury \ ˈtil-ˌber-ē , -b(ə-)rē \

Definition of tilbury

plural tilburies
: a light 2-wheeled carriage

Origin and Etymology of tilbury

Tilbury, 19th century English coach builder


Tilbury

geographical name Til·bury \ ˈtil-b(ə-)rē , US also -ˌber-ē \

Definition of Tilbury

town and port east of London on the Thames River in Essex, southeastern England population 12,500

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