Mason–Dixon Line

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geographical name Mason–Dix·on Line \-ˈdik-sən\

Definition of Mason–Dixon Line

  1. the boundary line from the southwest corner of Delaware north to Pennsylvania and west to approximately the southwest corner of Pennsylvania —often considered the boundary between the northern and southern states of the U.S.


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