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Canterbury

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geographical name Can·ter·bury \ˈkan-tə(r)-ˌber-ē, -b(ə-)rē\

Definition of Canterbury

  1. 1 city SE Australia in E New South Wales, SW suburb of Sydney pop 129,232

  2. 2 city SE England in Kent pop 34,404

Canterburian

play \ˌkan-tə(r)-ˈbyu̇r-ē-ən\ adjective


Rhymes with canterbury

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