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  1. a city in SW Georgia.

Words Nearby Bainbridge Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Bainbridge in a sentence

  • “It’s a unique vantage point to be tethered to a top-tier American city, but also drive 10 minutes and get your beautiful organic greens straight from the farmer,” he said of life on Bainbridge.

  • One day Captain Bainbridge, of the Essex, was talked to in an abusive way, and said little back.

  • Bainbridge and his fellow-officers saw the flames from their prison window and hailed them with lusty cheers.

  • When he saw this, Bainbridge wore his ship to give her another broadside, and then down came her flag for good.

  • The squadron was now much too small for service, and Bainbridge and his crew were hostages the United States must redeem.

    Historic Adventures | Rupert S. Holland
  • Captain Bainbridge's fleet, which included the seventy-four-gun ship of the line Independence, was there when Decatur arrived.

    Historic Adventures | Rupert S. Holland

British Dictionary definitions for Bainbridge


/ (ˈbeɪnˌbrɪdʒ) /

  1. Beryl .1934–2010, British novelist and playwright. Novels include The Dressmaker (1973), Injury Time (1977), Master Georgie (1998), and According to Queeney (2001)

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