- a city in Devonshire, in SW England: cathedral.
- a town in SE New Hampshire.
Examples from the Web for exeter
Contemporary Examples of exeter
Vis-a-vis writing, Exeter was the place I got interested in writing.Chang-rae Lee: How I Write
January 22, 2014
That evening, Paul spoke to a full house at the Exeter Town Hall.Ron Paul: Cult Hero or Legitimate Contender?
December 28, 2011
“It was this mundane, competitive narcissism,” the Exeter classmate says.
At Exeter, for example, Zuckerberg kept finding ways to evade firewalls and sites that were blocked.
Being accepted into Exeter allowed me to escape my violent, crack-ridden neighborhood in Brooklyn.How I Went From Prep School to Prison
February 17, 2009
Historical Examples of exeter
Shortly after leaving Exeter, Christian's station was reached.The Slave Of The Lamp
Henry Seton Merriman
John had no doubt this letter from Exeter referred to the matter.
They talked the night away, and early in the morning John went to Exeter.
Coleridge and Southey spent some weeks at Exeter in September 1799.The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Black Assize at Exeter was by no means the only instance of its land.Clare Avery
Emily Sarah Holt
- a city in SW England, administrative centre of Devon; university (1955). Pop: 106 772 (2001)
Word Origin and History for exeter
Old English Exanceaster, Escanceaster, from Latin Isca (c.150), from Celtic river name Exe "the water" + Old English ceaster "Roman town" (see Chester).