Weymouth

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Weymouth

(ˈweɪməθ)
n
(Placename) a port and resort in S England, in Dorset on the English Channel: formerly part of the borough of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis. Pop (with Melcombe Regis): 48 279 (2001)
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Wey•mouth

(ˈweɪ məθ)

n.
a town in E Massachusetts, S of Boston. 55,601.
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I remember it was written from Weymouth, and dated Sept.
Bertram, first in a letter to the gamekeeper and then in a letter to Edmund; and by the end of August he arrived himself, to be gay, agreeable, and gallant again as occasion served, or Miss Crawford demanded; to tell of races and Weymouth, and parties and friends, to which she might have listened six weeks before with some interest, and altogether to give her the fullest conviction, by the power of actual comparison, of her preferring his younger brother.
Mama saw him here once before;-- but I was with my uncle at Weymouth. However, I dare say we should have seen a great deal of him in Somersetshire, if it had not happened very unluckily that we should never have been in the country together.