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Correct spelling for BURILINGTON
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Possible correct spellings for burilington
- Brilliantine(Definition of brilliantine)
- Brilliant(Definition of brilliant)
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Her dress was some wonderful mingling of misty lace, with the sheen of satin and glimmering showers of pearl; diamonds glittered on her bodice like sunlight on white foam; the brigand's jewels flashed gloriously on her round white throat and in her tiny shell-like ears, while the masses of her gold hair were coiled to the top of her small head and there caught by a priceless circlet of rose-brilliants-brilliants that i well remembered-they had belonged to my mother.
Let me not forget here also the beautiful "albury waltz," composed in my drawing-room by miss armstrong, and published-it must be twenty years ago now-by robert cocks, new burlington street: wherein by request i originated the idea of song words for the dancers.
But, by heavens, brandon!
"yes, i know he has," said brenton, dubiously; "but he is a newspaper man."
"after that, wildred was made, of course, for the affair was a brilliant success.