from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- A borough of southern England near the English Channel east of Southampton. Founded by the Romans, it was a major port in the Middle Ages.
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- proper noun A
townin West Sussex, England
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The actor was recently seen at the Minerva Theatre in Chichester playing William Shakespeare in the Edward Bond play Bingo.
(It was eligible because Mr. Hegarty was born in Chichester, England.)
Hegarty Leaves the Lights On Jim Fusilli 2010
Bearing in mind Iain Dale's insistence that Chichester is innocent until he is found guilty, what will the political fall out be?
Archive 2008-06-01 2008
[Return to the letter] 6 Charles W. Dilke, Sr, who lived in Chichester (see 28 Apr. 1825, n13).
Several years ago I was going to see an old theatrical friend in Chichester and took a cab from the station to where he was living.
The real Master 2006
In September 2007, she was taken to St Richard's Hospital in Chichester after complaining of a headache.
When I was in Chichester in 1935, I walked around the north transept of the cathedral and saw a tablet on the wall to the memory of Thomas Wilkes, some time organist of the cathedral.
Chichester is 50 mile from London ye Direct way by Guildford, but I went through more of Sussex wch is much in blind dark Lanes and up and down Steepe hills, to Billinghurst and passed through Arundell parke belonging to ye Duke of Norfolke, this was 18 mile, from whence I went to Dorken in Surry 15 mile, where are ye best trouts in ye river wch runns by Box hill a Remarkable diversion to people that go to Epsum.
Secondly, Netty Hart of Soopa Hoopa! in Chichester, England, writes, I’d like to nominate a really happy hoop song.
Chichester, which is compact enough, sprawls by comparison.
Highways & Byways in Sussex E.V. Lucas