English industrial city described by Dickens as "an odious place" Crossword Clue

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  • Best Answer: LEEDS

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Definition of "LEEDS"

an industrial city in West Yorkshire, northern England; population 441,100 (est. 2009). It developed as a wool town in the Middle Ages, becoming a centre of the clothing trade in the Industrial Revolution.


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