Long Branch


noun
  1. a city in E New Jersey: seaside resort.

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How to use Long Branch in a sentence

  • She took a Long Branch and beat the gander until he hid from sight in the bushes.

    The Green Forest Fairy Book | Loretta Ellen Brady
  • No doubt, what she had dimly feared had happened at Long Branch last summer—Julia had improved the shining hour.

    The Open Question | Elizabeth Robins
  • About halfway up the tree a Long Branch thrust itself forth till it fairly overhung a thick young spruce.

    The Backwoodsmen | Charles G. D. Roberts
  • When Hobbyhead was taking a holiday down at Long Branch, with his family, the price he had to pay rather congealed his blood.

    Step Lively! | George Niblo
  • Newport or Long Branch would have been more expensive, and much less healthful.

    Woodcraft and Camping | George Washington Sears (Nessmuk)