- a city in S Arizona: health resort.
Examples from the Web for tucson
At his Tucson hacienda he is a gracious host and a good neighbor.
After my first trip to his place in Tucson we called one another on the telephone.
The former congresswoman has advocated for tighter gun laws after being the victim of a near-fatal shooting in Tucson in 2011.Ice Bucket Challenge Leads to Political Trolling
August 21, 2014
"As a society, we feed the danger by forcing all of these people into the shadows," Molina told me at her office in Tucson.How Mexico’s Cartels Are Behind the Border Kid Crisis
July 9, 2014
This is similar to what Tucson was seeing in 2008 and 2009.Hundreds of Immigrants Are Rushing the Border Just to Get Caught
July 3, 2014
No more does the rest of us, onless it's Peets, an' he's over to Tucson.
As stage driver, old Monte for every other night will get sawed off on Tucson.
The Tucson limited would not be through for over an hour, they learned.
Sometimes a German officer from Tucson is of much help there in the north.The Treasure Trail
Marah Ellis Ryan
Three weeks later St. Johns was able to ride a horse to Tucson.When the West Was Young
Frederick R. Bechdolt
- a city in SE Arizona, at an altitude of 700m (2400 ft): resort and seat of the University of Arizona (1891). Pop: 507 658 (2003 est)
Word Origin and History for tucson
city in Arizona, U.S.A., from Spanish Tucson, from O'odham (Piman) cukson "black base."
Large city in southeastern Arizona, in a desert surrounded by mountains.