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Tifton

[ tif-tuhn ]
/ ˈtɪf tən /
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noun

a town in central Georgia.

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How to use Tifton in a sentence

  • Neither is Ashburn today more of a local point than either Tifton or Cordele when they were first granted lower rates.

  • Sometimes I went through the woods to the store at Tifton for flour and pork.

    Eben Holden|Irving Bacheller
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