Wembley [wem-blee] Examples noun

  1. a former borough, now part of Brent, in SE England, near London.

Examples from the Web for wembley Contemporary Examples of wembley

  • It is 1949 and the scene is Britain’s famous Wembley Stadium.

    Marty Reisman: The Magical Hustler Who Saved a Classic Game

    Harold Evans

    December 10, 2012

  • A cursory wander around the streets surrounding Wembley Stadium, the biggest location of the four, would quickly confirm this.

    Do the Olympics Boost the Economy? Studies Show the Impact Is Likely Negative

    Mark Perryman

    July 30, 2012

  • The former Scotland keeper is only remembered today for an unfortunate afternoon against England at Wembley in 1961.

    Can England Forgive Robert Green?

    Alex Massie

    June 13, 2010

  • Historical Examples of wembley

  • One night at Wembley Park the ribbon that held it had come unsewn.

    The Disturbing Charm

    Berta Ruck

  • Taxis out to Wembley Park with a girl who’s employed in the same office as he is.

    The Disturbing Charm

    Berta Ruck

  • As for Mr. Roe, he moved on to Wembley Park, where he flew with steadily increasing success.

    The War in the Air; Vol. 1

    Walter Raleigh.

  • Then there had been her Aunt’s villa at Wembley Park; delightful little red-roofed, rose-wreathed doll’s-house!

    The Disturbing Charm

    Berta Ruck

  • British Dictionary definitions for wembley Wembley noun

    1. part of the Greater London borough of Brent: site of the English national soccer stadium, replaced by the larger multi-purpose Wembley Stadium in 2007

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