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Duxbury

[duhks-ber-ee, -buh-ree] /ˈdʌksˌbɛr i, -bə ri/
noun
1.
a city in SE Massachusetts.
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  • Captain Alden, by the way, had fled for concealment to his relatives in Duxbury.

    Dulcibel Henry Peterson
  • Another son of Thomas, Inchabod, born in 1637, was minister of Duxbury.

  • Well try for Provincetown, seeing that I told him we were going to Duxbury.

    Four Afloat Ralph Henry Barbour
  • We know that it does grow in Duxbury, but we must have looked in all the wrong places.

    Pilgrim Trails Frances Lester Warner
  • This was before 5:17, at which time Mr. Woolaver got off at Duxbury.

    Double Trouble

    Herbert Quick
  • Duxbury Farley and his son had deliberately wrecked the company.

    The Quickening Francis Lynde
  • Only Mr. Duxbury Farley and his attorney were wholly unmoved.

    The Quickening Francis Lynde
  • Was you allowin' to let Colonel Duxbury climb into all three o' the saddles?

    The Quickening Francis Lynde
  • Duxbury is a summer resort, with a large hotel at Standish Shore.

  • In 1643 he was in the Plymouth military company, and was living at Duxbury in 1663.

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