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Thessaly

[ thes-uh-lee ]
/ ˈθɛs ə li /
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noun

a region in E Greece: a former division of ancient Greece. 5,208 sq. mi. (14,490 sq. km).

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OTHER WORDS FROM Thessaly

Thes·sa·li·an [the-sey-lee-uhn, -seyl-yuhn], /θɛˈseɪ li ən, -ˈseɪl yən/, adjective, noun
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Thessaly
/ (ˈθɛsəlɪ) /

noun

a region of E Central Greece, on the Aegean: an extensive fertile plain, edged with mountains. Pop: 609 100 (2001). Area: 14 037 sq km (5418 sq miles)Modern Greek name: Thessalía (ˌθɛsaˈljia)
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