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[waw-kee-guh n] /wɔˈki gən/
a city in NE Illinois, on Lake Michigan, N of Chicago. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • After a brief interview with me, Pinkerton appointed me upon his staff, and on his return from Waukegan, left me in that city.

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  • He had named one of the most prominent citizens in Waukegan.

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  • They all scorned Waukegan, which was the first sizable town beyond the Station.

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  • The fellow had gone northward, and Waukegan was designated as the place where he might probably fetch up.

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  • Passed a Chicago wagon broken down at a creek; Hugunin, of Waukegan, belonged to the party.

  • This was subsequently a damning proof against him, as the sheriff of Waukegan was able, as well as myself, to identify it.

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