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Senegambia

[ sen-i-gam-bee-uh ]

noun

  1. a region in W Africa between the Senegal and Gambia rivers, now mostly in Senegal.
  2. a confederation of Senegal and the Gambia, formed in 1982.


Senegambia

/ ˌsɛnəˈɡæmbɪə /

noun

  1. a region of W Africa, between the Senegal and Gambia Rivers: now mostly in Senegal


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  • Sene·gambi·an adjective

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Example Sentences

Mr. Wall was Lieutenant-governor of Senegambia, but acted as chief, the first appointment being vacant.

Their Flora, however, offers no special character, and does not materially differ from that of Guinea and Senegambia.

Other groups of merchants opened trade with Morocco, and the Senegambia and Guinea coasts.

The Senegal and Gambia drain the tract of country named, most appropriately, Senegambia.

High Senegambia lies to the north of the Senegal and is inhabited chiefly by the Moors.

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SenegaleseSenegambia Confederation