Winston-Salem


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Win·ston-Sa·lem

 (wĭn′stən-sā′ləm)
A city of north-central North Carolina near Greensboro and High Point. The original towns of Winston and Salem merged in 1913 and together became a center of tobacco and textile production. Salem, the older of the two, was founded as a Moravian religious community in 1766.

Winston-Salem

(ˈwɪnstənˈseɪləm)
n
(Placename) a city in N central North Carolina: formed in 1913 by the uniting of Salem and Winston; a major tobacco manufacturing centre. Pop: 190 299 (2003 est)

Win′ston-Sa′lem

(ˈwɪn stən)

n.
a city in N North Carolina. 153,541.
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Noun1.Winston-Salem - a city of north central North Carolina
NC, North Carolina, Old North State, Tar Heel State - a state in southeastern United States; one of the original 13 colonies
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The coach they call Big House won 828 college basketball games, 12 conference championships, and the 1967 national championship, but the Hall of Famer would rather talk about his Winston-Salem State University teams' high graduation rates.
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