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Moultrie

[mohl-tree, mool-]
noun
  1. William,1730–1805, U.S. general.
  2. a city in S Georgia.
  3. Fort. Fort Moultrie.
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Examples from the Web for moultrie

Historical Examples

  • The honor of that affair, however, belonged entirely to Moultrie.

    The Campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn

    Henry P. Johnston

  • It was built for three sisters—Moultrie was the name—three old maids.

    Actions and Reactions

    Rudyard Kipling

  • Bishop Moultrie sent me a book of Lothian's poems last winter.

    The Drunkard

    Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull

  • It is about one half a mile from Moultrie, about one third of a mile from Sumter.

    The Boys of '61

    Charles Carleton Coffin.

  • She fired four guns at Moultrie, and received in return a heavy fire.

    The Boys of '61

    Charles Carleton Coffin.