[ US /ˈbɛnɪŋtən/ ]
  1. a town in southwestern Vermont
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How To Use Bennington In A Sentence

  • Bennington was handsome, and, but for his father's blood, the idleness of his forebears would have marked him with effeminateness. Half a Rogue
  • I wish my parents had some hobby other than me," one young patient told David Anderegg, a child psychologist in Lenox, Massachusetts, and professor of psychology at Bennington College. National Wimp Crisis | Impact Lab
  • It was the same outfit Archer had told Newman that made the bid for Bennington.
  • It was the same outfit Archer had told Newman that made the bid for Bennington.
  • When Dixon Hughes recently had an for a development executive, Emily Bennington, the 's of and development, posted a link to the opportunity on her page.
  • In another video, an empty car somersaulted down a river in Bennington. Tropical Storm Irene: Irene Spares Big Cities, But Vermont Sees Huge Floods (LIVE UPDATES, VIDEO)
  • Here, in a place said to closely resemble the North Bennington of Shirley Jackson's day, a dirge-like tune of unknown origin prevails from generation to generation, unquestioned by the brainless local citizenry: "Lottery in June, corn be heavy soon. The Witchcraft of Shirley Jackson
  • Nelson grins, radiating laid-back cheer, in contrast to Bennington's barely disguised wariness.
  • She holds an MFA in writing and literature from Bennington, and is author of two chapbooks of poems, most recently What Stays.
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