Definition for monrovia (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for monrovia
A few weeks before this, a video surfaced of an Ebola victim in Monrovia, Liberia who had been presumed dead.
In Monrovia, she could not find a hospital to get her son vaccinated.
Paye came to Monrovia with her third child, who is only four months old.
But Duncan went through screening Sept. 19 in Monrovia, Liberia, where he presented a temperature of 97.3 degrees Fahrenheit.
“If the international community does not stand up, we will be wiped out,” an MSF nurse told the world from Monrovia in Liberia.
Fine churches, school buildings, and a college are to be seen in Monrovia.Stanley in Africa|James P. Boyd
At a late trial for a capital offence in Monrovia, several native Africans sat on the jury.
The private buildings in Liberia are generally good and substantial, and especially those of Monrovia, built of brick.Official Report of the Niger Valley Exploring Party |Martin Robinson Delany
The crowd gathered at the pier comprised fully half the population of Monrovia.The Riverman|Stewart Edward White
Bosambo of Monrovia, that usurper of the Ochori chieftainship, sent him from time to time news of the outlying peoples.Sanders of the River|Edgar Wallace
British Dictionary definitions for monrovia (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for monrovia (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for monrovia
African nation, begun as a resettlement project of freed American slaves in 1816 by the American Colonization Society, the name chosen by society member and U.S. senator Robert Goodloe Harper (1765-1825) from Latin liber "free" (see liberal).