Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: connecticut
IPA transcription: [kən'ɛtəkət]
Pronunciations of connecticut
noun meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: Connecticut, Nutmeg_State, Constitution_State, CT
    Meaning: a New England state; one of the original 13 colonies
Usage examples
  • First of all, Connecticut needs a ten-year close season law to save her remnant of shore birds before it is completely annihilated.
  • Who can predict what effect a despotism, established in Massachusetts, would have upon the liberties of New Hampshire or Rhode Island, of Connecticut or New York?
  • Is not this town Newburyport, and the river that I have been following the Merrimac?" "No, sir; this is Hartford, and the river the Connecticut." He wrung his hands and looked incredulous.
  • Long ago,--when hostile Indians haunted the great forests, and every settlement had its fort for the protection of the inhabitants,--in one of the towns on the Connecticut River, lived Parson Bain and his little son and daughter.
  • It is surprising to know that Venezuela is as large as Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, the two Virginias, North and South Carolina and Georgia combined.
  • Connecticut followed in her footsteps early in April. Long before November it was evident that the political revolution among the people of the North was thorough, and that election day was anxiously awaited merely to record the popular verdict already decided.
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