American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of north-central Oklahoma north-northwest of Oklahoma City. It is a trade and processing center. Population: 46,500.
- n. The long-suffering wife of Geraint in Arthurian romance.
- n. A female given name of Welsh origin and obscure meaning.
- n. A city in Oklahoma, United States; see Wikipedia:Enid, Oklahoma
- n. a town in north central Oklahoma
“Mark, Champlin's in Enid, Okla. had a David McKay Brown roundbody sxs 20 that was only about $48,000 or so, IIRC.”
“Alfred's wife Enid is in the ship's ballroom listening, along with other monied pensioners, to a lecture on financial investment from a smooth-talking broker.”
“Currently the Chief of Police of Fairview, and was previously an officer in Enid,”
“He gave up a local pastorate in Enid in 1947 to come in an evangelistic method in Tulsa to urge for a recovering of a total person a body, thoughts as well as spirit.”
“David Lee Lemon was born March 29, 1940, in Enid, Okla., and raised in Abilene, Tex.”
“I ran across a couple of Dave's cast-aside and forsaken rifles over at Champlin's in Enid one day a couple years ago, but they weren't anywhere near $500 ...”
“Any info on racist, sexist etc content in Enid Blytons books and also modern day books that may still be in print etc would be much appreciated.”
“Hurricane Enid is about to hit and Ex Libris is in for a treat, she's about to meet The Famous Five, Julian, Dick and Anne, George and Timmy the dog.”
“Perhaps the most striking thing about "Ghost World" was how relentlessly Clowes refused to permit anything to exist in Enid's world that was as lovable, quirky and authentic as Enid herself.”
“Joe Weber was born on Feb. 9,1945 in Enid, Oklahoma.”
Looking for tweets for Enid.