Washington Monument

  1. a stone obelisk built in Washington in 1884 to honor George Washington; 555 feet tall
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How To Use Washington Monument In A Sentence

  • The Washington Monument would stick out of it like a spike in a railroad tie.
  • A country is fundamentally a concept, and it is natural and built symbols like our Washington Monument, Japan's Mount Fuji, Saudi Arabia's Mecca, Greece's Parthenon, Mexico's Zocalo Square or Namibia's Sossusvlei desert that lend it a physical presence. Jake Townsend: Metaphors Made Real: On the Power of National Symbols
  • In the nation's capital, snowplows cleared the streets, while skiers snowplowed near the Washington Monument. CNN Transcript Jan 27, 2004
  • There are photographs, footage from newsreels, clips from news and current affairs shows, interviews with soldiers and contemporary images at the Washington Monument.
  • What is it that viewers are seeing—literally and figuratively—when they see the Statue of Liberty, the Washington Monument, or the Lincoln Memorial on the screen?
  • The Washington Monument is a popular historical landmark.
  • The Washington Monument is getting a face lift.
  • Disappointed tourists were turned away from the Washington Monument today, which was closed for repairs.
  • A large menorah stands before the Washington Monument in honor of Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of lights.
  • Dignified transfer: A fallen soldier's final journey home Almanac: Washington Monument's public opening Nikon's "Small World" photomicrography winners Breaking News: CBS News
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