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Greenwich Village

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A mainly residential section of lower Manhattan in New York City. Settled during colonial times, the area began to attract notice as an artists' and writers' community after 1910.

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  • n. a mainly residential district of Manhattan; `the Village' became a home for many writers and artists in the 20th century

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Examples

  • As housing demands in the neighborhood increased, the West Village's boundaries began encroaching on what generally had been referred to as Greenwich Village for hundreds of years.

    Pushing the Boundaries in the West Village

  • Through June 5 ($18) "Private Jokes, Public Places" had a four-month Off-Broadway run in the downstairs performance space of the American Institute of Architects 'Center for Architecture in Greenwich Village, which is off the beaten path of most New York playgoers.

    Not in My Front Yard

  • (Not quite what we'd call Greenwich Village; western Soho, or "Hudson Square," would be more accurate, but doesn't quite have the same ring to it.)

    Greenwich Village High School Inches Closer to Reality; Where 14-Year-Olds Meet Pulitzer Winners!

  • Albert Strunksy, was known as Greenwich Village's most forgiving landlord.

    'George Gershwin: An Intimate Portrait'

  • The court happens to be located in one of the most charming and historically rich neighborhoods of the city, Greenwich Village, which is featured in my charming and historically rich walking tour book

    Michelle Haimoff: La Cage aux Joueurs: The Secret New York Alternative to the New York Knicks

  • "The Oscar Wilde Bookshop in Greenwich Village, which is believed to be the oldest gay and lesbian bookstore in the country, will close on March 29, its owner announced on Tuesday, citing" the current economic crisis. ""

    Art Fag City

  • The Oscar Wilde Bookshop in Greenwich Village, which is believed to be the oldest gay and lesbian bookstore in the country, will close on March 29, its owner announced on Tuesday, citing "the current economic crisis."

    NYT > Home Page

  • No one would ever call Greenwich Village a suburb.

    Engadget

  • Venerable Bookstore to Close in Village: The Oscar Wilde Bookshop in Greenwich Village, which is believed to be the oldest gay and lesbian bookstore in the country, will close on March 29, its owner announced on Tuesday, citing economic troubles.

    California Literary Review

  • A stuck-in-time, red-sauce sort of place, and a reminder of another kind of Greenwich Village where food was perhaps not as good, but plentiful and cheap.

    A Good Sign: Fedora Restaurant

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