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Patchogue

[pach-awg, -og] /ˈpætʃ ɔg, -ɒg/
noun
1.
a town on S Long Island, in SE New York.
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  • These were fed to the famishing dog, then closing the door he hurried back to Patchogue, where he phoned Dreamy Hollow.

    Dreamy Hollow Sumner Charles Britton
  • Winifred was also astir, for the call of Patchogue was in her heart, and she must be ready.

    Dreamy Hollow Sumner Charles Britton
  • Then you go to his hut on the outer drive—pick up a ranger at Patchogue and have him stay there day and night.

    Dreamy Hollow Sumner Charles Britton
  • You would hardly remember me, for I left Patchogue years ago, when you were a very sweet little girl.

    Dreamy Hollow Sumner Charles Britton
  • "No, I still live in Patchogue," replied Winifred, dreamily.

    Dreamy Hollow Sumner Charles Britton
  • Maybe she'd be safer in a little town like Patchogue than among these grand homes on the Parkway.

    Dreamy Hollow Sumner Charles Britton
  • They had thought to go out along the south shore as far as Patchogue, before turning about for home.

  • "Don't forget that I am going out Patchogue way very often, in the future," he warned.

    Dreamy Hollow Sumner Charles Britton
  • Patchogue was his destination, and the object of his haste was "the prettiest little country girl on Long Island!"

    Dreamy Hollow Sumner Charles Britton
  • Here lived the chief wampum makers, the Secatogue and Patchogue tribes.

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