- a city in central New York.
- a crisp, red variety of apple.
- a tree bearing this fruit.
Origin of Cortland2
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Examples from the Web for cortland
She is a varsity track star, a champion baton-twirler, and a volunteer at Cortland Memorial Hospital.
He sloshes motor oil over himself, the front seat, and the dash to conceal clues and leaves the car at Cortland Line Company.
I was leaving for California the next day, so Katie stayed and partied with me at a place in Cortland that serves kids drinks.
A hack was called, and they were speedily on their way to the Cortland Street ferry.The Cash Boy
Horatio Alger Jr.
Cortland, will you take a detachment of men and hasten out to that locality?Uncle Sam's Boys in the Ranks</p>
H. Irving Hancock
Sergeant, I have about decided to send a report to Captain Cortland.
The question is, Cortland, what are we going to do in answer to this defiance?
"It is a matter of evidence," replied Captain Cortland musingly.