Definition for bridgetown (2 of 2)
Related formsBar·ba·di·an [bahr-bey-dee-uh n] /bɑrˈbeɪ di ən/, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for bridgetown
"I wish we could get it furniture like this up in Bridgetown," Feigenbaum said.Potash & Perlmutter|Montague Glass
But who, the people of Bridgetown asked one another, were the men in possession of her, and whence had they come?Captain Blood|Rafael Sabatini
“But you have some kind of newspaper which circulates in Bridgetown,” I said.Meccania|Owen Gregory
The jewellers' and silversmiths' shops in Bridgetown were brilliant as on the Paris boulevards.The English in the West Indies|James Anthony Froude
A railway 28 m. long runs from Bridgetown partly round the coast.