Dedham

[ ded-uhm ]

noun
  1. a town in E Massachusetts, near Boston.

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How to use Dedham in a sentence

  • The father, who was well-to-do, purchased a water-mill at Dedham and two windmills at East Bergholt, where he lived.

    East Anglia | J. Ewing Ritchie
  • This news excited the curiosity of the old gentlemen, for not many fine people came to Dedham.

    Fair Margaret | H. Rider Haggard
  • His son had been accordingly placed at school in Dedham, whence he had now come to attend the meeting.

    Grandfather's Chair | Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • The most prominent instance was that of the First Church in Dedham, and this was decided by legal proceedings.

    Unitarianism in America | George Willis Cooke
  • There was also an English lady visiting America who stayed a while in Dedham to be with my cousin.

    Memoirs | Charles Godfrey Leland