[eng-guh l-woo d]
- a city in central Colorado.
- a city in NE New Jersey.
- a town in SW Ohio.
- a town in W Florida.
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Examples from the Web for englewood
They spoke of a friend named Antonio Davis, also 14, who moved away to Englewood, only to be shot to death in June.Chicago Gangs Go ‘Wilding’ Amid Rising Gun Violence in Obama’s Hometown
August 31, 2012
On the appointed evening I arrived in Englewood, New Jersey, where Boteach and his gaggle of offspring dwell.My Surreal Night With Michael Jackson
July 6, 2009
Another highly-placed Englewood Cliffs source sees those sharp elbows as more of a big ol' hug: "He has a lot of fans—a lot."Behind the Shakeup at CNBC
February 4, 2009
Englewood is where the count of abandoned buildings is nearing 2,000—the highest of any district in the city.
"There's a lot of good in Englewood," Deputy Police Chief Joe Patterson said.
Say, do you ever go to the dances at Englewood Masonic Hall?Gigolo
Masters forced me to go, and I am occupying his cottage at Englewood.The Woman Who Vowed
They rented a flat in Englewood, Chicago, a block from Minnie's.Half Portions
How manny a time have I heerd it in Englewood an' shuddered with fear.Mr. Dooley Says
Yes, she didn't stay at Englewood; she's down-stairs, doctoring Tony's kid.The Definite Object