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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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mewsmews /mjuːz/ noun [plural] British English  TTRa small street or area surrounded by buildings in a city, where horses used to be kept, but where people now live
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mewsDeath mews in the blankets - is it a kitten?Soon she would know ... But when she finally arrived at the little mews her heart gave a lurch.But they might visit him later back at the mews.The first light of dawn found Joe in Lucy's basement room at the mews cottage.Back in the mews, in the deepest shadow, something cowered.The excitement up at the castle was just a distant hum down in the mews.

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