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Southfield

[south-feeld] /ˈsaʊθˌfild/
noun
1.
a city in SE Michigan, W of Detroit.
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  • At the same moment, he cut the towline and ordered the men on the cutter to return and capture the guard near the Southfield.

    The Greater Republic Charles Morris
  • The lashings between the gunboats parted, and the "Southfield" sank rapidly, carrying part of her crew with her.

  • She ran between the Miama and Southfield, striking the latter with her horn on the forward quarter, just at the water line.

    In and Out of Rebel Prisons Lieut. A. [Alonzo] Cooper
  • "No, this train stops at Southfield," the conductor answered, absently biting several holes into her drawing-room ticket.

    Fennel and Rue William Dean Howells
  • The wooden gunboats Miami and Southfield offered just the sort of targets the monster fancied.

  • Under a full head of steam, the Albemarle rammed her iron beak clean into the fire room of the Southfield.

  • They were still a mile below Plymouth when the shadowy outlines of the wrecked Southfield loomed dimly to view.

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