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Cincinnati

[ sin-suh-nat-ee ]

noun

  1. a city in SW Ohio, on the Ohio River.
  2. Bowling Slang. a split in which the eight and ten pins remain standing.


Cincinnati

/ ˌsɪnsɪˈnætɪ /

noun

  1. a city in SW Ohio, on the Ohio River. Pop: 317 361 (2003 est)


Cincinnati

  1. Port city in Ohio , on the Ohio River .


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Example Sentences

Cincinnati, by contrast, uses far fewer categories, including “litigation,” a kind of catch-all.

Immelt grew up in Cincinnati, where his father worked 38 years for — you guessed it — General Electric.

I was on the road, driving from Chicago to see my sister in Cincinnati.

From Time

Oddsmakers rank the Nats 14th of 30 teams to win the World Series, stuck near clubs such as Cincinnati and the Cubs that have given up on 2021, dumping key players and slashing salary.

Enos joined Maryland’s program after serving as the running backs coach at Cincinnati.

He has written for Married… With Children, WKRP in Cincinnati, and is a columnist for the Los Angeles Daily News.

Before leaving Cincinnati, Leslie told friends he wanted to make some “easy money” in New York City.

It was the Civil War that drove Leslie from his Cincinnati home to the bustling metropolis of New York City.

Last month, he traveled to Cincinnati to address the Urban League.

On” is a beach cottage rental technical term meaning “closer to the ocean than Cincinnati.

She had just left the wharf at Cincinnati for Louisville, with 225 passengers on board, of whom but 124 were saved.

The anti-slavery branch of the American party, called the Know-somethings, assembled in convention at Cincinnati.

Mr. Boyd is a useful member of society, and Cincinnati would not, if she could, be without him.

Few go to Cincinnati, without paying the daguerrean gallery of Mr. Ball, a visit.

John Locke, an American physician and naturalist, died at Cincinnati, aged 64.

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