adjective dun·sta·ble \ˈdənztəbəl, -n(t)st-\

Definition of dunstable


  1. :  plain, direct

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Origin and Etymology of dunstable

from the Dunstable way, a road from London to the municipal borough of Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England, known for its straightness

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