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Shropshire

noun Shrop·shire \ˈshräp-ˌshir, -shər, especially US -ˌshī(-ə)r, especially Southern ˈsräp-\

Definition of SHROPSHIRE

:  any of a breed of dark-faced hornless sheep of English origin that are raised for both mutton and wool

Origin of SHROPSHIRE

Shropshire, England
First Known Use: 1803

Shropshire

geographical name Shrop·shire \ˈshräp-shər, -ˌshir\

Definition of SHROPSHIRE

county W England bordering on Wales Shrewsbury area 1396 square miles (3616 square kilometers), pop 401,600

Variants of SHROPSHIRE

Shrop·shire or Sal·op \ˈsa-ləp, -ˌläp\

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