[ dong-kas-ter; British dong-kuh-ster ]
/ ˈdɒŋ kæs tər; British ˈdɒŋ kə stər /
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a city in South Yorkshire, in N England.
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How to use Doncaster in a sentence
He went over to Doncaster, to be present at the Spring Meeting, where he betted freely, and won largely.The Knight Of Gwynne, Vol. I (of II)|Charles James Lever
Here we are four miles and a half from Doncaster, or, as a Yorkshireman would say, four miles “and a way-bit.”
A list has been preserved of the signs painted by Herring at Doncaster, but they will be sought in vain to-day.
Doncaster, indeed, does exceedingly well out of racing, and the Town Council can well afford the £380 annually expended in stakes.
Even Doncaster butterscotch is more familiar than Doncaster piety, but the Church is particularly active here, nevertheless.
British Dictionary definitions for Doncaster
/ (ˈdɒŋkəstə) /
an industrial town in N England, in Doncaster unitary authority, South Yorkshire, on the River Don. Pop: 67 977 (2001)
a unitary authority in N England, in South Yorkshire. Pop: 288 400 (2003 est). Area: 582 sq km (225 sq miles)
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