New Castle


  1. a city in W Pennsylvania.
  2. a city in E Indiana.

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Example Sentences

Hilton Stewart Paterson Valentine was born May 21, 1943, in North Shields on the river Tyne near Newcastle.

Only Wolves, Burnley, Newcastle, and West Brom have worse margins.

A team of scientists at Northumbria University in Newcastle, UK, have hit upon a new method for making that determination, involving the measurement of levels of certain proteins in bones.

Hell’s Hollow is a national park and trail in New Castle, Pennsylvania, about a mile down the road from my childhood home.

From Eater

“It’s a great idea,” says engineer Chris Knight in Newcastle, Australia.

We rented a house in New Castle, Delaware, that doubled as our filming location and lodging for the actors.

So it was that we pacified the wild Orsini, and later a new castle was born phœnix-like from the ashes of the old.

Then came the Normans, from whose New Castle, built some eight hundred years since, the town derived its present name.

If I did, we should cause a general immigration of the domestics of the country to New Castle.

We wish for quietness, and in New Castle it can be obtained, I think, in a particularly concentrated form.

It is difficult to imagine anything more dismal than a rainy day at New Castle, particularly at this late period in the year.





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