[ ki-leen ]


  1. a city in central Texas.

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Example Sentences

Integration in Killeen is evident in everyday life, Williams says.

Most of her friends in Killeen, also current or former military, are in interracial relationships.

A month ago, on March 7, Munley phoned Whiskey Creek, the biggest country-western bar in Killeen, the town adjoining to Fort Hood.

He bought the weapon at Guns Galore, a local Killeen gun shop where Hasan purchased one of the guns used in his 2009 attack.

In 2009, at Fort Hood, in Killeen, Texas, an Army psychiatrist opened fire on the post, killing 12 and wounding 31.

Some reports recall the 1991 mass shooting in Killeen, Texas—right outside Fort Hood—in which 24 people were killed.

Two hours before daybreak they crossed the Killeen road and came to a wide brook.

Killeen; an old churchyard disused except for the occasional burial of unbaptised infants.

Thomas Reynolds, of Killeen Castle, entered their body on purpose to betray them.

Killeen, pass a rope across these fellows' arms; I suppose they'll go quiet.

Killeen; a quantity:—'That girl has a good killeen of money.