[ dan-ber-ee, -buh-ree ]

  1. a city in SW Connecticut.

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How to use Danbury in a sentence

  • Mark Twain held the title deeds; but it was Danbury and Sinbad and the others that possessed the premises.

  • It was at this time that the news of the capture of the two kopjes reached me, and I made for Danbury to write my despatches.

    The Invasion | William Le Queux
  • There was a lull in the fighting for about half an hour, though firing was going on both at Writtle and Danbury.

    The Invasion | William Le Queux
  • These, together with about one hundred continental troops, Arnold overtook near Reading, on their march towards Danbury.

  • A second trial was ordered, and took place in Danbury during the latter part of the year.

    Bucholz and the Detectives | Allan Pinkerton