Coney Island

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Co·ney Island 1

 (kō′nē)
A district of Brooklyn, New York, on the Atlantic Ocean. It became famous in the early 1900s for its boardwalk and amusement park.

Co·ney Island 2

 (kō′nē)
n.
A frankfurter served in a bun with condiments, especially meat sauce and onions.

Coney Island

(ˈkəʊnɪ)
n
(Placename) an island off the S shore of Long Island, New York: site of a large amusement park

Co′ney Is′land

(ˈkoʊ ni)
n.
an area in S Brooklyn in New York City: amusement park and beach.
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Noun1.Coney Island - a section of Brooklyn on the AtlanticConey Island - a section of Brooklyn on the Atlantic; known as an amusement center
Brooklyn - a borough of New York City
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