[ mer-i-dn ]
/ ˈmɛr ɪ dn /
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a city in central Connecticut.
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Words nearby Meriden
Meriç, 'Merica, 'Merican, mericarp, merida, Meriden, meridian, meridian angle, meridian circle, méridienne, meridional
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How to use Meriden in a sentence
But we will have food; we can probably find fuel for the stove in Meriden's plane, if the tanks were well sealed.
In a few minutes we had her snugly dressed in the fur garments that had been Major Meriden's.
By great good fortune, at this juncture came along in his sulky Dr. Butterfield of Meriden.
The walk to Meriden on the brisk winter day had done him good.
Peter Schmidt was at the train to meet Frederick, who was the only passenger getting off at Meriden.