/ (ˈnjʊərɪ) /
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a city and port in Northern Ireland, in Newry and Mourne district, Co Down. Pop: 27 433 (2001)
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How to use Newry in a sentence
And the firemen of the county and their women are the ones who do their shopping in Newry!
A patch of granite, indicating doubtless a core like that exposed at Newry, is seen in a hollow at Crossdoney.
At all events, Newry's programme certainly suits the firemen of the county, from Smyrna in the north to Carthage in the south.
April 8: The army marches back to Newry to bring up stores and ammunition left behind.The Land-War In Ireland (1870)|James Godkin
Mountjoy followed him, but could not approach nearer than twelve miles; he therefore returned to Newry.An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800|Mary Frances Cusack