Definition for freetown (2 of 2)
Related formsSier·ra Le·o·ne·an [lee-oh-nee-uh n] /liˈoʊ ni ən/, noun
Examples from the Web for freetown
When Ebola worsened in Freetown, Salia could have chosen to return to safety in Maryland.
Walking around Freetown as he speaks to me on the phone, the typically upbeat Pratt sounds frustrated.
Corruption, suspicion, and a lack of doctors all add up to a growing calamity in Freetown.In Sierra Leone, the Plague Is Closing in Around Us|Ned Eustace|October 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In middle school, the young boy would scavenge nearby trash yards in the capital of Freetown to find parts for his inventions.
The court also found that Taylor participated in the planning of attacks, including one on the Sierra Leone capital, Freetown.War Criminal Charles Taylor’s Daughter Defends Her Dad|Robtel Neajai Pailey|April 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Persons of this and the grade next to be mentioned evince great anxiety to become possessed of houses and lots in old Freetown.History of the Negro Race in America From 1619 to 1880. Vol 1|George W. Williams
The site is well chosen and the building is scarcely inferior to the best houses in Freetown.
They also apply to the merchants in Freetown, for accommodations during their stay, which is from ten days to a month.
Finally, he reached Freetown on July 21st, and presently took ship for England.The Quiver, 1/1900|Anonymous
In Wilberforce, two miles and a half from Freetown, 100, all liberated Africans.