American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An area of Boston, Massachusetts, noted for its historic residences, brick sidewalks, and picturesque mews.
- n. a fashionable section of Boston; site of the Massachusetts capital building
“Her picture had appeared on the front page of the Beacon Hill News, with the headline JUNIOR JOYRIDER DRIVES FOUR BLOCKS TO CHINESE SCHOOL.”
“For as far back as I could remember, most of the people we knew in Back Bay and on Beacon Hill had been his patients.”
“The Heinz-Kerry kitchen is in the chapel of the former convent that became their Beacon Hill town house, but the all-nighter that followed was anything but blessed.”
“Big highlights to consider: 1) photo shoot on Wed., 9/15 at the Back Bay Studio for Beacon Hill Financial Group print ads—the AE says the client really likes you to be there because of the huge quantity of shots that need to be tracked; 2) WWA Mandatory Team Meeting, Monday, 9/27—all day, here.”
“The librarian gave out a shiny wallet to every child who became a card-carrying member of the Beacon Hill Public Library.”
Looking for tweets for Beacon Hill.