Greenville

[green-vil]
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noun

a city in NW South Carolina.
a city in W Mississippi, on the Mississippi River.
a city in E North Carolina.
a city in NE Texas.
a city in W Ohio.

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  • He lived in Greenville and he had to come 18 miles in a buggy.

  • Mr. Earle, he bought my railroad ticket and paid my board in Greenville.

    Frank of Freedom Hill

    Samuel A. Derieux

  • Simmons had driven off in the direction of Greenville an hour before.

    Frank of Freedom Hill

    Samuel A. Derieux

  • He could sell it to-morrow and then he could move to Greenville.

    Frank of Freedom Hill

    Samuel A. Derieux

  • Then he gave up, signed the treaty at Greenville, and for ever after kept the peace.

    The Conquest

    Eva Emery Dye