[ kings-wood ]
/ ˈkɪŋsˌwʊd /
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a city in South Gloucestershire, SW England.
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How to use Kingswood in a sentence
At Kingswood a man began a vehement invective against Wesley and Methodism.
At that time, the colliers of Kingswood, near the city of Bristol, were a most depraved and reckless class of men.
Whitefield's heart was then glowing with the fire he had himself kindled at Bristol and Kingswood.
We scarcely need to remark here, that Kingswood has ever since been regarded as a sacred spot in ecclesiastical history.
On one occasion Wesley was called to the bedside of a young woman at Kingswood.