[ lok-pawrt, -pohrt ]

  1. a city in W New York, on the New York State Barge Canal.

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How to use Lockport in a sentence

  • Salter, a Lockport, New York native, was also a father, a bass player, a former substitute teacher, and an amateur scientist passionate about creating the world’s first car engine powered by water, according to the Buffalo News.

    The Lives Lost in a Buffalo Supermarket | Sanya Mansoor | May 16, 2022 | Time
  • "Sure, divil a dog in Lockport but knows you, Barney," said the dying man.

    The Book of the Bush | George Dunderdale
  • I am obliged to go to Albany to-night on business, and then hurry back to the Lockport circuit.

  • At Lockport we found business nearly at a stand-still; the thermometer was at 110 degrees of Fahrenheit.

    Impressions of America | Tyrone Power
  • At Lockport we are lifted up the precipice over which the Falls of Niagara pour some miles distant.

    Children of the Market Place | Edgar Lee Masters
  • But I must tell about his famous jump across the Lock at Lockport, at that time 14 feet wide.

    On a Donkey's Hurricane Deck | R. Pitcher Woodward