New Rochelle

[ ruh-shel, roh- ]


  1. a city in SE New York, near New York City.

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Example Sentences

It hadn’t yet surfaced in a nursing home in Kirkland, Washington, or in New Rochelle, just a short drive up the road.

Now, his faith has become his second career, as he and Clara run a church in New Rochelle called Refuge of Hope.

You ought to say you've been planning to come and see me for a week and came all the way in from New Rochelle just special.

New-Rochelle was then a parish, and its rector, of course, considered the French preacher a dissenter.

This he reciprocated, but he did not remain long at New Rochelle.

Thee knows I was not born when you lived at New Rochelle, father dear.

In twenty-five minutes we'll clear the Bronx and shoot into New Rochelle.





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