American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northeast Kansas on the Missouri River northwest of Kansas City. Settled in 1854 by proslavery partisans from Missouri, it is near Fort Leavenworth, the site of a federal penitentiary. Population: 35,000.
“There is a doctor in Leavenworth prison right now for that.”
“Led by Kansas Republican Sen. Sam Brownback, national, state and local leaders came together in Leavenworth Monday to once again oppose transferring detainees from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to Fort Leavenworth, Kans.”
“The reality is she should be planning a visit to him in Leavenworth after the way the idiot lied to us.”
“Mr. Hack knows all about having thing shoved up his ass as he spent his 9 years in Leavenworth getting cocks shoved up his. daveNYC Says:”
“Heaven help us ... we do not NEED any more of Cheney's "services" for anything except time in Leavenworth!”
“So it goes, my great great-grandfather worked at the Santa Fe Depot in Leavenworth — first city of Kansas, you know?”
“Another Medal of Honor recipient in Leavenworth, Charles Hagemeister, also has his share of stories about what many of the 150 recipients still alive simply call "impostors.”
“I have heard rumore of a MONSTER atypical Buck in Leavenworth County KS, I keep looking in the Area I hear the most about, never seen him yet or found a shed, hell I would settle for a shed!!!!”
“He should be moving into an 8′ X 8′ room in Leavenworth, along with all of his accomplices. —”
“Slick Willy should have served time in Leavenworth for Treason instead we elected and reelected the dirtbag; while Americans were fighting and dying in Vietnam he was over in Moscow protesting the war in Red Square.”
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