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Antietam

[ an-tee-tuhm ]
/ ænˈti təm /
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noun
a creek flowing from S Pennsylvania through NW Maryland into the Potomac: Civil War battle fought near here at Sharpsburg, Maryland, in 1862.
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Antietam
/ (ænˈtiːtəm) /

noun
a creek in NW Maryland, flowing into the Potomac: scene of a Civil War battle (1862), in which the Confederate forces of General Robert E. Lee were defeated
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