Definition for georgetown (2 of 3)
Related formsGuy·a·nese [gahy-uh-neez, -nees] /ˌgaɪ əˈniz, -ˈnis/, noun, adjective
Definition for georgetown (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for georgetown
Another client, a professor at Georgetown University, submitted requests for scenarios that she had yet to even imagine.
Like Biden, Klain is a consummate fixer, with Georgetown and Harvard Law School degrees thrown in for good measure.Where There’s Trouble, You’ll Usually Find Joe Biden|Lloyd Green|October 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Melanne Verveer is the Executive Director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security.
Magnolia Bakery, Georgetown Cupcake, and Sprinkles were all gaining scale.
Two months later, Mrs. Kennedy announced that she was giving up her home in Georgetown and moving to New York.
The vessel is taken; nothing is removed from her; and she is sent in as a prize, and reaches Georgetown.
His troops extended in a semicircle from Alexandria to above Georgetown.The Memoirs of General W. T. Sherman, Complete|William T. Sherman
It was seventy-two miles to Georgetown, and bad walking in the sand, I was told.
The starting out place for the trip was twenty miles from Georgetown at a town upriver called Bartica.Up the Mazaruni for Diamonds|William La Varre
He consulted again the "prophetess" of Georgetown, immortalized by his patronage.Lincoln's Yarns and Stories|Alexander K. McClure