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Blooms·bur·y(blo͞omz′bĕr′ē, -bə-rē, -brē)
A residential district of north-central London, England, known for its association with an influential group of writers, artists, and intellectuals, including Virginia Woolf, E.M. Forster, and John Maynard Keynes.
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(Placename) a district of central London in the borough of Camden: contains the British Museum, part of the University of London, and many publishers' offices
(Literary & Literary Critical Movements) relating to or characteristic of the Bloomsbury Group
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Blooms•bur•y(ˈblumz bə ri, -bri)
a district in central London, N of the Thames: a literary and artistic center in the early 20th century.
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|Noun||1.||Bloomsbury - a city district of central London laid out in garden squares|
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