a city in Devonshire, in southwestern England: known for its cathedral.
a town in southeastern New Hampshire.
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How to use Exeter in a sentence
Then, in high school, I went to boarding school at Phillips Exeter Academy, and I met some gay and lesbian students.The Cross-Dressing Revolutionary: Alex Myers’ New Novel | Eric Herschthal | February 4, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
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.
From Yeovil to Torquay, through Exeter, with a stop at the latter place, was an unusually good day's run.
The road from Exeter to Torquay follows the coast for some distance, affording many fine views of the ocean.
Our next day's run was short, covering only forty-two miles between Launceston and Exeter.
The elections for Exeter appear to have been in that age observed by the nation with peculiar interest.The History of England from the Accession of James II. | Thomas Babington Macaulay
Exeter is situated on a broad ridge of land, rising steeply from the left bank of the Exe.The Towns of Roman Britain | James Oliver Bevan
British Dictionary definitions for Exeter
a city in SW England, administrative centre of Devon; university (1955). Pop: 106 772 (2001)
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