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Greenwich Village

[gren-ich, grin-] /ˈgrɛn ɪtʃ, ˈgrɪn-/
noun
1.
a section of New York City, in lower Manhattan: inhabited and frequented by artists, writers, and students.
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  • Then, sunk in a stupor, she drove to the little house in Greenwich Village.

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  • “I hate your Greenwich Village philosophy,” stormed Penelope.

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  • We recall our first meeting in the kitchen of Christine's in Greenwich Village.

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  • Jimmy'd say your Greenwich Village friends were corrupting you.

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  • The car was threading now the narrow ways of Greenwich Village.

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British Dictionary definitions for Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village

/ˈɡrɛnɪtʃ; ˈɡrɪn-/
noun
1.
a part of New York City in the lower west side of Manhattan; traditionally the home of many artists and writers
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Greenwich Village in Culture
Greenwich Village [(gren-ich)]

Neighborhood of Manhattan, in New York City.

Note: Home of many artists, writers, and musicians, Greenwich Village is known for the bohemian life-style of its inhabitants.
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