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Ken·ne·wick

 (kĕn′ə-wĭk′)
A city of southeast Washington just north of the confluence of the Columbia and Snake Rivers. It is near the Hanford Site, a federal research facility built during World War II to make plutonium for nuclear weapons.
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Ken•ne•wick

(ˈkɛn ə wɪk)

n.
a city in S Washington. 34,397.
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Noun1.Kennewick - a town in southern Washington on the Columbia River
Evergreen State, WA, Washington - a state in northwestern United States on the Pacific
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