[ ej-wood ]
/ ˈɛdʒˌwʊd /
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a city in NE Maryland, near Baltimore.
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How to use Edgewood in a sentence
Lyddy had very few callers during her first month as a property owner in Edgewood.
Mrs. Butterfield lived in Portland, but spent her summers in Edgewood on account of her chickens.
Construction of the phosgene plant at Edgewood was begun on March 1, 1918.America's Munitions 1917-1918|Benedict Crowell
Now that the Simpsons have gone away there isn't a single baby in Riverboro, and only one in Edgewood.
Rebecca had been down by the Edgewood side of the river and had come up across the pastures for a good-night play with Jacky.