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Plainfield

[ pleyn-feeld ]

noun

  1. a city in N New Jersey.
  2. a town in NE Connecticut.


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His wife, Anna Zubkova, is running as a Democrat for a probate judge seat in Plainfield, Conn.

They had driven to Clearwater, about five miles north of Plainfield, a little village of two or three hundred inhabitants.

The first stop in the afternoon was at Plainfield, where 1,000 people gave the President a cordial greeting.

It is understood that the flourishing Unitarian church in Plainfield was largely due to his efforts.

The head librarian and all the assistants of the Plainfield public library are women.

Joan adored swimming, even though the inland city of Plainfield offered nothing more than a dammed-up creek.

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