Bridgetown

[ brij-toun ]

noun
  1. a seaport on and the capital of Barbados, on the SW coast.

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How to use Bridgetown in a sentence

  • Winding up his short, steep drive, I parked in front of a set of broad concrete steps with views over Bridgetown.

  • "Well, it's like this," Elkan said, and forthwith he unfolded the circumstances attending his return from Bridgetown.

    Elkan Lubliner, American | Montague Glass
  • There were very good reasons to believe that this dear girl might sail away from Bridgetown, and from him.

    Kate Bonnet | Frank R. Stockton
  • I knew her when I first caught sight o' her figure-head, havin' seen it so often at her pier at Bridgetown.

    Kate Bonnet | Frank R. Stockton
  • I am going to Bridgetown in the brig which brought us here; it is a little sail, and when I get there I will find out everything.

    Kate Bonnet | Frank R. Stockton
  • When I left Bridgetown I had not intended to take him with me, and his presence on board my ship was a mere accident.

    Kate Bonnet | Frank R. Stockton

British Dictionary definitions for Bridgetown

Bridgetown

/ (ˈbrɪdʒˌtaʊn) /


noun
  1. the capital of Barbados, a port on the SW coast. Pop: 144 000 (2005 est)

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