[ UK /bˈɜːθple‍ɪs/ ]
[ US /ˈbɝθˌpɫeɪs/ ]
  1. the place where someone was born
  2. where something originated or was nurtured in its early existence
    the birthplace of civilization
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How To Use birthplace In A Sentence

  • This was achieved by 1876 and the property vested in the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in 1891.
  • The Catechetical School of Alexandria was originated in Egypt. Egypt is the birthplace of Christian monasticism, also has experienced in the Christianity history the most serious persecution.
  • The court favored the Hindu claim because according to the faith and belief of the Hindus the place under the inner dome is the birthplace of Ram. No Property Rights, No Peace
  • Tintagel Castle, the reputed birthplace of King Arthur, is being excavated professionally for the first time in more than 50 years.
  • Cataloguing the birthplaces of proteins will be a giant step towards solving the mysteries of human biology.
  • It is a game that boasts a long and illustrious history in its birthplace of India. Times, Sunday Times
  • Each section features easily identifiable icons such as a clapperboard to indicate the locations for films and television sets, or a gold star to represent the birthplace of a celebrity to make the guide quick and simple to read.
  • It was also used in some of the first cancer treatment research; and was the birthplace of multigrade motor oil and the isotopes used for cardiac stress tests. The Augusta Chronicle
  • That black walnut tree that stands so fruitful over his birthplace still speaks of the heartiness of American stock and the legacy the Earps left behind. - Jeff Meyer
  • Because of my father 's birthplace, he was unable to obtain a job. Between Worlds: A Reader, Rhetoric and Handbook
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