[ nuh-neet-n ]

  1. a town in Warwickshire, central England, E of Birmingham.

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How to use Nuneaton in a sentence

  • Had we been more familiar with the roads of this country, we could have passed through Nuneaton without loss of time.

  • Now called Fenny Drayton; a little hamlet about five miles from Nuneaton, in a flat, though beautiful farming country.

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  • Mr. John White, of Nuneaton, Warwickshire, erected a highly horrible scarecrow in a field.

  • The Hare and Squirrel occur together on a sign at Nuneaton; what the combination means it is difficult to surmise.

  • He received the early part of his education at the grammar schools of Nuneaton and Sutton Coldfield.

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British Dictionary definitions for Nuneaton


/ (nʌnˈiːtən) /

  1. a town in central England, in Warwickshire. Pop: 70 721 (2001)

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