- a seaport in Gwent, in SE Wales, near the Severn estuary.
- a seaport and summer resort in SE Rhode Island: naval base.
- a city on the Isle of Wight, in S England.
- a city in central Kentucky, on the Ohio River, opposite Cincinnati, Ohio.
Examples from the Web for newport
Contemporary Examples of newport
It's a studio bungalow the way Newport summer houses are “cottages.”Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days
December 13, 2014
His lone stable was a girl from Newport News, Virginia, who had already escaped one nightmare.The Navy ‘Hero’ Who Pimped an HIV-Positive Teen
December 11, 2014
The Newport News, Virginia, school added, “Federal law prohibits us from reporting on university disciplinary actions.”The Math That Keeps Helping College Rapists
October 3, 2014
“Before signing up, I thought through everything” he said in a recent interview from his home in Newport, Rhode Island.Today’s Sperm Donor Isn’t a Broke 20-Something
September 20, 2014
Some bloody sticks had been found nearby, along with beer cans and a Newport cigarette butt.How the North Carolina GOP Made a Wrongfully Convicted Man a Death Row Scapegoat
September 4, 2014
Historical Examples of newport
Then for the summer we'll go to Newport, and when we come back from there we'll take a house.
I came through last June, you know, after I left your yacht at Newport.
He had seen her only at a distance since their talk at Newport.
Did you feel like that last summer at Newport or Narragansett?A Woman Tenderfoot
Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson
He therefore decided to end his raiding and put in at Newport News.
- a city and port in SE Wales, in Newport county borough on the River Usk: electronics. Pop: 116 143 (2001)
- a county borough in SE Wales, created from part of Gwent in 1996. Pop: 139 300 (2003 est). Area: 190 sq km (73 sq miles)
- a port in SE Rhode Island: founded in 1639, it became one of the richest towns of colonial America; centre of a large number of US naval establishments. Pop: 26 136 (2003 est)
- a town in S England, administrative centre of the Isle of Wight. Pop: 22 957 (2001)
Resort city in southeastern Rhode Island.