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Reynoldsburg

[ ren-ldz-burg ]
/ ˈrɛn ldzˌbɜrg /
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noun

a town in central Ohio.

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How to use Reynoldsburg in a sentence

  • Bobaday considered his position in the carriage the only drawback to the Reynoldsburg parade.

    Old Caravan Days|Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • Going through Reynoldsburg however, was the great triumphal act of leave-taking.

    Old Caravan Days|Mary Hartwell Catherwood
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