New Plymouth


noun
  1. a seaport on W North Island, in New Zealand.

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How to use New Plymouth in a sentence

  • Endicot, we know, sympathized fully with the Separatists of New Plymouth.

  • New Plymouth was not looked upon by its inhabitants as at all beyond the pale of a most advanced civilization.

    The Open Question | Elizabeth Robins
  • He, at least, was an addition to New Plymouth society, being a very rising as well as agreeable person.

    The Open Question | Elizabeth Robins
  • It was when Ethan was seven years old that he was permitted to go to New Plymouth to spend his summer holidays.

    The Open Question | Elizabeth Robins
  • There was no one to play with, apparently, here in New Plymouth, but few children could have felt the lack so little as Ethan.

    The Open Question | Elizabeth Robins

British Dictionary definitions for New Plymouth

New Plymouth

noun
  1. a port in New Zealand, on W North Island: founded in 1841. Pop: 69 200 (2004 est)

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