How to use New Bedford in a sentence
Massachusetts started laying the groundwork early and already has a port terminal in New Bedford to support the construction and deployment of future offshore wind projects.The US Just Set Ambitious Offshore Wind Power Targets. What Will It Take to Meet Them? | Erin Baker | April 1, 2021 | Singularity Hub
She was born Hetty Robinson into a wealthy New Bedford, Mass., clan whose tensions undoubtedly shaped her quirky character.The Richest Woman in America: Hetty Green in the Gilded Age | Wendy Smith | September 30, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The liberal enclave of New Bedford had been sliced out of his district, replaced by more Republican pockets.Barney Frank Throws In the Towel, Won’t Seek Reelection in 2012 | Michelle Cottle | November 29, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Russians are practically landing with their trawlers on Cape Cod, and New Bedford is ready to lynch you.
Of the twenty-two persons who composed the ship's company of the Mentor when she sailed from New Bedford, only four have returned.
Charlestown and New Bedford are ashamed to name the wages, but humbly confess that they are very low.The College, the Market, and the Court | Caroline H. Dall
He only sent a farewell to his friends the day before he was to sail from New Bedford on a whaling voyage.Duffels | Edward Eggleston
The people of New Bedford helped him and a few others as far as Utica.Old Trails on the Niagara Frontier | Frank H. Severance
Those of New Bedford harbor carry fifty guns: not yet begun.Elements of Military Art and Science | Henry Wager Halleck
British Dictionary definitions for New Bedford
a port and resort in SE Massachusetts, near Buzzards Bay: settled by Plymouth colonists in 1652; a leading whaling port (18th–19th centuries). Pop: 94 112 (2003 est)
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