[ stee-vuh-nij ]
/ ˈsti və nɪdʒ /
a town in N Hertfordshire, in SE England.
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Words nearby Stevenage
, stevedore's knot
, Stevens-Johnson syndrome
, Stevenson, Adlai E.
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How to use Stevenage in a sentence
Day two of the Queen's East Midlands Diamond Jubilee tour will continue tomorrow with visits to Stevenage and Hatfield.
The road rises steeply out of Welwyn, in the direction of Stevenage.
The Marchioness had come in spite of her son's misfortune when she heard that the Duchess of Stevenage was to be there.
She lived at Walkern, a village in Hertfordshire, about four miles from Stevenage.
British Dictionary definitions for Stevenage
a town in SE England, in N Hertfordshire on the Great North Road: developed chiefly as the first of the new towns (1946). Pop: 81 482 (2001)
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