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Statesville

[ steyts-vil ]
/ ˈsteɪts vɪl /
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noun
a city in central North Carolina.
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How to use Statesville in a sentence

  • One regiment was posted at Statesville, which little place was nearly equi-distant from Auburn and Alexandria.

  • At midnight we were twenty-three miles from Salisbury, and three from Statesville.

    The Secret Service.|Albert D. Richardson
  • At Statesville he encountered and quickly defeated a small body of Confederate cavalry.

    Campfire and Battlefield|Rossiter Johnson
  • We ran up the Seaboard to where it crossed the Statesville Railroad, then in the woods.

    The Southern Soldier Boy|James Carson Elliott
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