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

  • A town of eastern Massachusetts, a manufacturing suburb of Boston. Population: 53,600.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • proper n. a town in Dorset, England
  • proper n. a city in Norfolk Country, Massachusetts


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  • Weymouth; then I was transferred for three years to a Levant trader; and finally I was promoted -- as I considered it -- into the _Weymouth_, West

    The Log of a Privateersman

  • Papa John's wouldn't let reader Adi redeem her coupon for a $9.99 extra-large pizza online, so she trekked over to the nearest store in Weymouth, Massachusetts, where she met the franchise owner from hell.

    Meet The Coupon-Throwing Papa John's Owner From Hell - The Consumerist

  • Frank's meeting of Jane at Weymouth is the retrospectively obvious allusion here, but as the chapter unfolds, the reader can only guess, or accept the comment at face value.

    Box Hill and the Limits of Realism

  • She was a capable, active, and observing woman; and while she was the admiration of European courts, she knew how to make butter and cheese as well as any woman in Weymouth, which was her native place.

    The Mother's Book

  • [snip] [Bennett] visited England only last year to trace his family roots in Weymouth, in Dorset, not far from Poole, where the Biggelsworth letter was posted.

    Genealogist Shamed for Littering

  • SYNOPSIS: SSgt Richard A. Fitts was born on February 23, 1946 in Weymouth,

    Fitts, Richard A.

  • And Weymouth is the model of the house I’m using, so here I am, inside my own novel.


  • Weymouth is an amazing place – a 9000 sq. foot house on 1200 acres (including several formal gardens and a 9-hole golf course) that’s really three houses melded together.


  • The first cargo were quickly conveyed on board the "Weymouth," when the boats returned for the survivors of the crew, with whom Deane and his men had remained.

    John Deane of Nottingham Historic Adventures by Land and Sea

  • This was very evident, for while the "Weymouth" put her helm down, to stand away from the "Fougueux" for a short distance, the other immediately ceased firing.

    John Deane of Nottingham Historic Adventures by Land and Sea


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