from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A borough of southwest England on Plymouth Sound, an inlet of the English Channel. A major port, it was the embarkation point for the fleet that fought the Spanish Armada (1588) and for Drake, Raleigh, and several other early explorers. Population: 243,000.
- A town of southeast Massachusetts on Plymouth Bay, an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, southeast of Boston. Founded in 1620 by Pilgrims, who supposedly set foot on Plymouth Rock when disembarking from the Mayflower, it was the center of Plymouth Colony. The colony was governed under precepts laid down in the Mayflower Compact until 1691, when it was absorbed by the royal colony of Massachusetts. Population: 55,500.
- A city of southeast Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis-St. Paul. Population: 70,100.
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- proper n. A city in Devon, England
- proper n. A brand of car marketed by Chrysler.
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- n. a town in Massachusetts founded by Pilgrims in 1620
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