[dong-kas-ter; British dong-kuh-ster]
- a city in South Yorkshire, in N England.
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Examples from the Web for doncaster
We find him, from the 14th to the 16th, at Pontefract; on the 17th, at Doncaster.Henry of Monmouth, Volume 1
J. Endell Tyler
He heard his own name and that of the Duke of Burlington; then came 'Doncaster beauty.'The Young Duke
A shopkeeper at Doncaster had for his virtues obtained the name of the little rascal.The Jest Book
There is now a family of the name of Wellborne residing in Doncaster.
Then, leaving by the evening train, he returned to Doncaster, where he spent the night.The Pit Prop Syndicate
Freeman Wills Crofts
- an industrial town in N England, in Doncaster unitary authority, South Yorkshire, on the River Don. Pop: 67 977 (2001)
- a unitary authority in N England, in South Yorkshire. Pop: 288 400 (2003 est). Area: 582 sq km (225 sq miles)
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