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How to use paddington in a sentence. Paddington pronunciation.

I've got to take him to Paddington, and he must be tired of his shell by now.
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The journey to Paddington was full of interest.
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At Paddington I bought a label at the bookstall and wrote it for him.
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The four-fifteen express slid softly out of Paddington Station and Ashe Marson settled himself in the corner seat of his second-class compartment.
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During the brief conversation when he had told her of his having secured his present situation, and later, only a few minutes back, on the platform of Paddington Station, he had sensed a coldness, a certain hostility-so different from her pleasant friendliness at their first meeting.
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Meet me at Paddington Station at four o'clock on Friday.
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On the way to Paddington a gentleman on horseback slackened pace a little.
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Harry Paddington, a poor petty-larceny Rascal, without the least Genius; that Fellow, though he were to live these six Months, will never come to the Gallows with any Credit.
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Jemmy Twitcher, Crook-finger'd Jack, Wat Dreary, Robin of Bagshot, Nimming Ned, Henry Paddington, Matt of the Mint, Ben Budge, and the rest of the Gang, at the Table, with Wine, Brandy and Tobacco. BEN.
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But Mrs. Maitland had sons of her own at home about Arthur's age, and she knew something about boys and their ways, so that by the time they reached the Paddington Station they were very good friends.
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You'll be at the Paddington Station to-morrow morning at ten.
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She was at last about to grapple in earnest with England. Isabel also perceived, however, on the morrow, at the Paddington Station, where she found herself, at ten o'clock, in the company both of Miss Stackpole and Mr. Bantling, that the gentleman bore his perplexities lightly.
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June went first to a back-street in Paddington, where Mrs. Smeech, her 'lame duck,' lived-an aged person, connected with the charring interest; but after half an hour spent in hearing her habitually lamentable recital, and dragooning her into temporary comfort, she went on to Stanhope Gate.
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He determined to wire to his daughter to meet him at Paddington Station.
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IRENE Jolyon found June waiting on the platform at Paddington.
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She had come to Paddington Station heated in her soul by a visit to Eric Cobbley.
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Three mouthfuls of soup convinced him that he could not eat; and, causing a cab to be summoned, he drove to Paddington Station and took the first train to Reading.
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When Soames, therefore, took it on his way to Paddington station on the morning after that encounter, it was hardly with the expectation of seeing Timothy in the flesh.
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On Thursday, while they were standing in the bay window of the drawing-room, dressed for dinner, she said to him: "Jon, I'm going home on Sunday by the 3.40 from Paddington; if you were to go home on Saturday you could come up on Sunday and take me down, and just get back here by the last train, after.
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On Friday night about eleven he had packed his bag, and was leaning out of his window, half miserable, and half lost in a dream of Paddington station, when he heard a tiny sound, as of a finger-nail tapping on his door.
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Examples of Paddington

Example #1
The guard thought he would like a shilling and a nice packing case.
Example #2
Of course I might have stolen the coat.
Example #3
For a whole minute Chum stood quietly on the seat, rested his fore-paws on the open window and drank in London.
Example #4
Then I hauled him in, took him struggling in my arms and got into a cab.
Example #5
He went round and round my leg looking for me.
Example #6
And he went mad again.