Whitehall meaning

wīt'hôl', hwīt'-
A wide thoroughfare in London, England, running south from Trafalgar Square to the Houses of Parliament. Named after Whitehall Palace, the seat of English monarchs from 1529 until its destruction by fire in 1698, Whitehall is noted for its government offices.
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The British civil service.
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Former royal palace in Westminster, London, destroyed by fire (1698)
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The British government.
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Street in Westminster, south of Trafalgar Square: site of several government offices.
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Origin of whitehall

  • After Whitehall
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition