American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southeast Florida on the Atlantic coast north of Miami Beach. It is a yachting and fishing resort and has long been a favorite vacation spot for college students during spring break. Population: 186,000.
- n. a city in southeast Florida on the Atlantic coast to the north of Miami; a favorite place for college students to go on their spring vacations
“Fort Lauderdale psychologist Dr. Fay Mitchell describes what happens more often than not.”
“In 1969, after attending the Fort Lauderdale Church of the Master Jesus in which Jewell Williams was the minister, I developed—through meditation and religious study—a greater understanding of what I was experiencing.”
“According to Fort Lauderdale psychiatrist Dr. Richard Maulion, hearing voices is but one symptom, which in itself does not make a diagnosis of psychosis.”
“Henry Kinney, the late columnist of the Fort Lauderdale News, for getting me started writing this book and for all the beautiful articles he wrote about me;”
“In addition to planning and attending the Fort Lauderdale weekend for the last four years, Ray also organizes a camping Widowbago on a lake in Tennessee every summer.”
“Prinsendam sails a 54-day Quest of the Argonauts voyage, departing March 24 roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale to the Mediterranean and Black Sea.”
“Giametti, operated strip joints and massage parlors as far south as Fort Lauderdale and Miami.”
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