Agawam

[ag-uh-wom]
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noun

a city in W central Massachusetts.

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Historical Examples of agawam

  • A seedling of Post-oak crossed with Agawam; from Munson, about 1885.

  • Although Agawam ripens soon after Concord, it can be kept much longer and even improves in flavor after picking.

  • A few sorts rather commonly grown in home vineyards, as Diamond, Brighton and Agawam, suffer most from anthracnose.

  • Then the winding 170 reaches of the Agawam lead through broad meadows and past many mills to Springfield.

  • Such was the man of mark, who in 1636, with a colony of friends, made a settlement on the fertile meadows of the Indian Agawam.