Penzance

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Pen·zance

 (pĕn-zăns′)
A town of southwest England west-southwest of Plymouth. It is a port and summer resort and was frequently raided by pirates until the 1700s.
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Penzance

(pɛnˈzæns)
n
(Placename) a town in SW England, in SW Cornwall: the westernmost town in England; resort and fishing port. Pop: 20 255 (2001)
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Pen•zance

(pɛnˈzæns)

n.
a seaport in SW Cornwall, in the SW extremity of England: resort. 19,521.
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