Endicott

[ US /ˈɛndɪˌkɑt/ ]
NOUN
  1. born in England; in 1629 he became the founder of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (1588-1665)
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How To Use Endicott In A Sentence

  • And yes, Endicott is a precious resource as well, I didn't mean to demean it when I said SurLaLune was the best. Swan Sister: Fairy Tales Retold edited by Terri Windling and Ellen Datlow
  • In a minor-league deal earlier Friday, the Stars acquired C Shane Endicott from the Ducks for future considerations. USATODAY.com - Hockey - Anaheim vs. Dallas
  • Bill Endicott, team leader for the USA Canoe / Kayak whitewater slalom team, received an important phone call Saturday night.
  • Open in Endicott that week and then tied for 11th in the Greater Hartford Open the following week. USATODAY.com - British Open '99 flop feeding Pampling's calm in New York
  • Without a word Endicott crawled to the side of the sleeping girl and gently drew the blanket from her face. The Texan A Story of the Cattle Country
  • Just as Endicott perceived him he laid aside his staff.
  • And with his keen sword Endicott assaulted the hallowed Maypole. The May-Pole of Merry Mount
  • Sometime after boot camp, a group of us were sent to Camp Endicott in Rhode Island, where we joined to USN 28th Battalion.
  • Oh, and a reprint online of "Journeybread Recipe" in Endicott Studio's THE JOURNAL OF MYTHIC ARTS. Breakfast in Bed
  • ENDICOTT - Endicott Interconnect Technologies announced this week that it celebrated its advancements in technological innovation with an awards ceremony Feb. 20 at The McKinley in Endicott. undefined
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