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Catonsville

[ keyt-nz-vil ]
/ ˈkeɪt nzˌvɪl /
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noun
a town in central Maryland, near Baltimore.
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How to use Catonsville in a sentence

  • Why your mother and mine went to Catonsville to school together.

    A Dixie School Girl|Gabrielle E. Jackson
  • We are at a new place, on the road to Frederick, but not as far out as Catonsville.

    Diary of an Enlisted Man|Lawrence Van Alstyne
  • We are about six miles from Camp Millington, at a village called Catonsville.

    Diary of an Enlisted Man|Lawrence Van Alstyne
  • Before we left Catonsville we filled our haversacks with great luscious peaches.

    Diary of an Enlisted Man|Lawrence Van Alstyne
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