[ mahr-buhl-head, mahr-buhl-hed ]


  1. a resort town in northeastern Massachusetts: a center for recreational boating, especially yachting.

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Example Sentences

Marblehead Superintendent John Buckey said in a letter to families on Sunday that he understood “young people’s desire to be together, as far away from adults as possible,” but that ignoring the rules was “potentially harming the community at large.”

From Fortune

His older brother is Greg Doherty of Kensington, Calif., his younger sister Kate Quigley of Marblehead, Mass.

A former New Yorker, she now lives in Marblehead, Massachusetts, and attends groups in the area when asked.

The messenger with the commission made his way to the straggling old town of Marblehead, where Tucker lived.

We are told that on another occasion he found some Marblehead fishermen and Virginia riflemen quarreling.

Do you know, did you ever hear, what the women of Marblehead did to a certain Floyd Ireson?

This individual has represented the town of Marblehead, Mass., in the state legislature, and is a man of respectability.

The British troops marched up from Marblehead to seize some arms they heard were stored here.





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