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Worcester

noun Worces·ter \ˈws-tər\

Definition of WORCESTER

:  low-fired porcelain containing a frit and steatite produced at Worcester, England, from about 1751 —called also Worcester china, Worcester porcelain
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First Known Use of WORCESTER

1783

Worcester

biographical name Worces·ter \ˈws-tər\

Definition of WORCESTER

Joseph Emerson 1784–1865 Am. lexicographer

Worcester

geographical name Worces·ter \ˈws-tər\

Definition of WORCESTER

1
city E cen Massachusetts W of Boston pop 181,045
2
or Worces·ter·shire \-tə(r)-ˌshir, -shər\ county W cen England Worcester area 704 square miles (1823 square kilometers), pop 538,200
3
city, of Worcestershire & formerly of Hereford and Worcester pop 81,000

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