[ wil-yuhmz-pawrt, -pohrt ]


  1. a city in central Pennsylvania, on the Susquehanna River.

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The Williamsport area, for instance, is home to several small colleges and midsize hospitals that sustain a professional class poised for growth.

A faded former lumber town between the Susquehanna River and the Appalachian foothills, Williamsport has the modest claim to fame of hosting the annual Little League World Series.

Williamsport’s population has declined by more than one-third in the past 60 years.

Dan Klingerman, who built Williamsport’s Marcellus Energy Park, insisted to me at the time that the industry wasn’t in retreat, yet he quietly closed his oilfield trucking company.

While crossing the Williamsport and Hagerstown road they came upon Longstreet's ammunition train.

There was a short delay, then he found himself in the presence of the colonel commanding at Williamsport.

It was two o'clock of a moonlight night when Captain Marchmont and his troopers took the road to Williamsport.

It is my duty to conduct you to Williamsport headquarters, and to report the matter to the colonel commanding.

Six miles down the river, over on the Maryland side, was Williamsport, with an infantry command and with artillery.





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