Definition of Humber bridge
1. Noun. A suspension bridge at Hull, England; 4,626 feet long.
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Literary usage of Humber bridge
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1. Britain: Including Ireland by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated (2001)
"NEARBY Normanby Hall; Thornton Abbey; Lincoln, LOCATION in centre of village on S bank of Humber, 4 miles (6.5 km) W from humber bridge on A1077; ..."
2. The Life and Times of Wm. Lyon Mackenzie: With an Account of the Canadian by Charles Lindsey (1862)
"We made for humber bridge, through Vaughan. but found it strongly guarded; went up the river a long way, got some supper at the house of a fanner, ..."
3. Annual Report of the City Engineer by Toronto City Engineer's Dept (1902)
"As the roadway along the Lake Shore, just west of humber bridge, was found to require more than the natural drainage in order to dispose of the surface ..."
4. The Methodist Churches of Toronto: A History of the Methodist Denomination by Thomas Edward Champion (1899)
"We paid little attention to the fact that a stiff breeze from the south had sprung up during the afternoon until we passed underneath the humber bridge, ..."
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