Examples from the Web for exeter
Vis-a-vis writing, Exeter was the place I got interested in writing.
That evening, Paul spoke to a full house at the Exeter Town Hall.
“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.
During the Civil War, Exeter was twice besieged, but on neither occasion so rigorously as in 1549.Devon, Its Moorlands, Streams and Coasts|Rosalind Northcote
The first of the line of these Kings was one Peter, the son of an Exeter grocer.Highways and Byways in Surrey|Eric Parker
For instance, in 1447 they were conceded at Exeter, and at Worcester in 1462.Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Rochester|G. H. Palmer
But after he said, ‘Well, you are in Exeter, but say not unto any that I told it you.’Robin Tremayne|Emily Sarah Holt
On hearing of this disaster the vikings in Exeter surrendered the place on being granted a free departure.
British Dictionary definitions for exeter
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).