from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The capital of Vermont, in the north-central part of the state. Founded in 1780, it became the state capital in 1805. Population: 7,950.
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- proper n. The capital city of the state of Vermont.
- proper n. Other towns in the USA or UK.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. capital of the state of Vermont; located in north central Vermont
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MONTPELIER - An northbound interstate on-ramp in Montpelier will be closed for about a month starting this Monday, which will mean a detour and delays for northbound drivers, the
MONTPELIER - Longtime Circus Smirkus fans may well remember Molly Saudek, daughter of Richard and Karen Saudek of Montpelier, who wowed crowds under the Smirkus Big Top with her wire-walking act.
MONTPELIER - Montpelier school officials are planning to crack down on negative cheering and taunting at high school sporting events in the wake of complaints last fall and winter about fan behavior.
MONTPELIER - The value of taxable property in Montpelier rose 55 percent as a result of the reappraisal that took place during the last year.
MONTPELIER - A 20-year-old Barre man accused of leading Montpelier police on a high-speed chase last week has been arrested and pleaded innocent Tuesday to numerous charges, according to court records.
MONTPELIER - The city of Montpelier is urging drivers to seek alternate routes around an upcoming public works project in order to avoid long delays.
MONTPELIER - A texting-while-driving ban approved by House lawmakers Thursday enjoys virtually unanimous support in Montpelier.
MONTPELIER - A northbound Interstate on-ramp in Montpelier will be closed for about a month starting this Monday, which will mean a detour and delays for northbound drivers, the Vermont
MONTPELIER - The Montpelier girls hockey team outskated Brattleboro in the first period and took a three-goal lead on the way to Wednesday's 5-2 victory at Central Vermont Civic Center.
MONTPELIER - Lawmakers and state officials said the legislative session would move quickly this year, and Wednesday's activity in Montpelier seemed to fulfill that promise.