There are 2 definitions of tilbury in English:

tilbury1

Syllabification: til·bur·y
Pronunciation: /ˈtilˌberē, -bərē
 
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noun (plural tilburies)

historical
A light, open two-wheeled carriage.
More example sentences
  • As he climbed into his tilbury some twenty yards away, Isolde shrugged.
  • The German ambassador and the director of the Goethe Institut rode on tilburies with the immense crowd on each side of the street welcoming them.
  • There are plenty of hackney cabs and coaches too; gigs, phaetons, large-wheeled tilburies, and private carriages - rather of a clumsy make, and not very different from the public vehicles, but built for the heavy roads beyond the city pavement.

Origin

early 19th century: named after its inventor.

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Word of the day humoresque
Pronunciation: ˌhjuːməˈrɛsk
noun
a short, lively piece of music

There are 2 definitions of tilbury in English:

Tilbury2

Syllabification: Til·bur·y
Pronunciation: /ˈtilbərē, -ˌberē
 
 
/
The principal container port of London and southeastern England, on the northern bank of the Thames River.

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Word of the day humoresque
Pronunciation: ˌhjuːməˈrɛsk
noun
a short, lively piece of music