[ os-wee-goh ]


  1. a town in NW Oregon.
  2. a port in W New York, on Lake Ontario.

Discover More

Example Sentences

Katie graduated from Dryden and went on to the State University of New York at Oswego.

Each week, in the wealthy adjacent Portland suburbs of Lake Oswego and West Linn, battles rage.

After Weinstein's kidnapping, SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley released a statement condemning his abductors.

British made an attack on Oswego, but were repulsed by the militia under Col. Carr.

After serving one year as corresponding secretary, she was elected president in 1882, at the convention in Oswego.

On the table were dirty teacups, a flat chocolate cake, and Omar Khayyam, with an Oswego biscuit between his pages.

At the time of which we are writing, Oswego was one of the extreme frontier posts of the British possessions on this continent.

Oswego was particularly well placed to keep the larder of an epicure amply supplied.





Oswald, Lee HarveyOswego tea