How to use Bennington in a sentence
In the southwest of the state lies the town of Bennington, and close by is Maplebrook Farms.
It is an oversimplification, however, to say Bennington has no requirements.
These are just a few of the fields of study Bennington College advertises to potential applicants.
That said, students are then largely to left to direct their own studies—a tradition Bennington grads are quite proud of.
Cheever teaches at the Bennington Writing Seminars and at the New School.
Burgoyne was in sore need of supplies and made an attempt to seize the insurgents' stores and horses collected at Bennington.The Political History of England - Vol. X. | William Hunt
Are you ready to pay that note, Bennington, or shall I inform your father about your debts of honor?Tom Fairfield's Schooldays | Allen Chapman
Bennington, you will ask Dr. Winstock to attend to those who are hurt, and report to the first lieutenant.Down the Rhine | Oliver Optic
He acted as a Major under Stark at Bennington, and contributed his share to the success of that eventful day.The Works of Daniel Webster, Volume 1 | Daniel Webster
This man Bennington was the manager of the firm of dealers whose goods he disposed of.The Third Degree | Charles Klein and Arthur Hornblow
British Dictionary definitions for Bennington
a town in SW Vermont: the site of a British defeat (1777) in the War of American Independence. Pop: 15 637 (2003 est)
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