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Goffstown

[ gofs-toun ]
/ ˈgɒfsˌtaʊn /
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noun
a town in S New Hampshire.
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How to use Goffstown in a sentence

  • He died in Goffstown, June 26, 1900, of disease contracted in the army.

  • Doctor Ben's Goffstown Muster was a quicker tempo and had a better climax.

  • The marshal rushed forward calling out, "Go back, go back; this is not the general resurrection, it is only the Goffstown Muster."

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