[wosh-ing-tuh n, waw-shing-] /ˈwɒʃ ɪŋ tən, ˈwɔ ʃɪŋ-/
[boo k-er tol-uh-ver] /ˈbʊk ər ˈtɒl ə vər/ (Show IPA), 1856–1915, U.S. reformer, educator, author, and lecturer.
George, 1732–99, U.S. general and political leader: 1st president of the U.S. 1789–97.
Martha (Martha Dandridge) 1732–1802, wife of George.
Also called Washington, D.C. the capital of the United States, on the Potomac between Maryland and Virginia: coextensive with the District of Columbia.
Also called Washington State. a state in the NW United States, on the Pacific coast. 68,192 sq. mi. (176,615 sq. km).
Abbreviation: WA (for use with zip code), Wash.
a city in SW Pennsylvania.
a city in SW Indiana.
a town in central Illinois.
Mount, a mountain in N New Hampshire, in the White Mountains: highest peak in the NE United States. 6293 feet (1918 meters).
Lake, a lake in W Washington, near Seattle. 20 miles (32 km) long.
a male given name.
- George w bush
[boo sh] /bʊʃ/ noun 1. Barbara (Barbara Pierce) born 1925, U.S. First Lady 1989–93 (wife of George H. W. Bush). 2. George (Herbert Walker) born 1924, U.S. politician: vice president 1981–89; 41st president of the U.S. 1989–93. 3. his son, George W(alker) (“Dubya”) born 1946, U.S. businessman and politician: governor of Texas 1994–2001; 43rd president […]
- George whitefield
[hwit-feeld, wit-] /ˈʰwɪtˌfild, ˈwɪt-/ noun 1. George, 1714–70, English Methodist evangelist.
- George wither
[with -er] /ˈwɪð ər/ noun 1. George, 1588–1667, English poet and pamphleteer. /ˈwɪðə/ verb 1. (intransitive) (esp of a plant) to droop, wilt, or shrivel up 2. (intransitive) often foll by away. to fade or waste: all hope withered away 3. (intransitive) to decay, decline, or disintegrate 4. (transitive) to cause to wilt, fade, or […]
[jawr-juh] /ˈdʒɔr dʒə/ noun 1. a state in the SE United States. 58,876 sq. mi. (152,489 sq. km). Capital: Atlanta. Abbreviation: GA (for use with zip code), Ga. 2. Also called Georgian Republic. a republic in Transcaucasia, bordering on the Black Sea, N of Turkey and Armenia: an independent kingdom for about 2000 years. 26,872 […]