a city in central Arkansas: adjoins a national park (Hot Springs National Park ) noted for its thermal mineral springs.
a resort village in W Virginia: site of international conference (forerunner of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) in 1943 to aid agricultural and food supply adjustments after World War II.
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How to use Hot Springs in a sentence
Similar to many other more urban national parks, Hot Springs is very dog friendly.
In Hot Springs, Virginia, the representatives of the world met in May 1943 to discuss food issues.
Here there are many craters and much basalt, or even lava; also Hot Springs.
We traveled about sixteen miles; one mile brought us to the Hot Springs, near which the road passes.Early Western Travels 1748-1846, Volume XXX | Joel Palmer
With a few words to the woman and boy, Powell rode through the gate toward Hot Springs.
He had told her he would remain a few days at Hot Springs, so there would be no alarm at his absence.
Then he struck the road to Hot Springs, which lay thirty-five miles north of Willcox on a road that was totally invisible, now.