Newtown

[noo-toun, nyoo-]
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noun

a town in SW Connecticut.

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  • Walk till you get to Newtown, then drop on to a Vancouver car and in.

  • Winder with the Stonewall Brigade bivouacked at Newtown, twelve miles north.

    The Long Roll

    Mary Johnston

  • Anyhow, Oswestry must be made “the initial town and not Newtown.”

  • Well, sir, I shall be over at Newtown this afternoon—with the cart.

    Once a Week

    Alan Alexander Milne

  • One lunula was found in an oak case at Newtown, Crossdoney, Co.


British Dictionary definitions for newtown

Newtown

noun

a new town in central Wales, in Powys. Pop: 10 358 (2001)
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