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Wenatchee

[wuh-nach-ee] /wəˈnætʃ i/
noun
1.
a city in central Washington.
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  • We left Spokane early this morning and are going through to Wenatchee for lunch.

    The Land of Lure Elliott Smith
  • If things were so he could get away, he would join us at Wenatchee on our return from Chelan.

    Down the Columbia Lewis R. Freeman
  • There was another division from North Dakota on the same train with us, going to Wenatchee to pick apples.

    The Everett massacre Walker C. Smith
  • They counted on North Yakima and Wenatchee to show violence and arson, and they failed most miserably.

    The Everett massacre Walker C. Smith
  • Then Chief Moses and his band were just a little beyond, on the Wenatchee.

  • Wenatchee is the liveliest kind of a town, and claims to be the largest apple-shipping point in the United States.

    Down the Columbia Lewis R. Freeman
  • Wenatchee was in sight for several miles before we reached it, an impressive water-front of mills, warehouses and tall buildings.

    Down the Columbia Lewis R. Freeman
  • It is easily reached, its gateway being the famous Wenatchee Valley, celebrated for its apples.

    Tenting To-night Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • It is reached usually via the city of Wenatchee, but sometimes from the Columbia and Okanogan valleys on the north.

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