- a town in SE Ontario, in S Canada, NW of Toronto.
- a town in W Suffolk, in E England, E of Cambridge: horse races.
- (often lowercase) Also called Newmarket coat. a long, close-fitting coat worn in the 19th century as an overcoat by women and as a riding coat by men.
- British. the card game Michigan.
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Examples from the Web for newmarket
From hence we came over the Ouse, and in a few miles to Newmarket.
I start for the Newmarket road at eleven to-morrow—but I'll fetch you for twopence.Love and Lucy
Maurice Henry Hewlett
I would have brought your Newmarket if I could have found it, Gertrude.The Daughter of a Magnate
Frank H. Spearman
She had not been sent for, nor had any reply come from Newmarket.Beyond
You can have Dad's horse—he has gone to Newmarket again, and I'm so lonely.The Dark Flower
- a double-breasted waisted coat with a full skirt worn, esp for riding, in the 19th century
- a simple gambling card game
- a town in SE England, in W Suffolk: a famous horse-racing centre since the reign of James I. Pop: 16 947 (2001)
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