American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An unincorporated community of west-central Maryland northwest of Rockville. It is the site of a US Department of Energy facility. Population: 55,400.
- A residential section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Settled in 1683, it was the site of a Revolutionary War battle (October 4, 1777) in which George Washington's troops unsuccessfully attacked the British encampment. The original township was annexed by Philadelphia in 1854.
- A town of extreme southwest Tennessee, a suburb of Memphis. Population: 37,500.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A carryall with a standing top, first built at Germantown, Pennsylvania, in 1816: the first vehicle of the class known as a rockaway.
“Duct-cleaning costs vary by region and size of home, but Giuliano Cuete, owner of Airwiz in Germantown, Md., says it should range between $300 and $1,000.”
“One: My wife had just seen a woman running shoeless in Germantown the day before, and suddenly that event didn't seem so random anymore.”
“Waterfield Bank in Germantown, Md., and Centennial Bank in Ogden, Utah, had a total of $1.1 billion in assets and $1 billion in deposits.”
“He lived in Germantown for six years and was on the staff of Philadelphia Green.”
“On Sunday, people lined up along the streets in Germantown, a neighborhood in Northwest Philadelphia with a large African-American population.”
“James Steffen in Germantown, Tennessee, thanks so much for playing the puzzle.”
“Aprox a year ago I ran into Mr. Godbee at a function in Germantown,”
“She bought in Germantown, technically part of the Montgomery County taxing area.”
“I lived in Germantown, Montgomery County MD for 18 years.”
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