Examples of hamlet in a Sentence
she always longed to return to the quiet hamlet where she had been born
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Now, the caravan has largely stopped in this small hamlet in southern Mexico hundreds of miles from the U.S. border.
There is a certain elegance to Ms. Coonrod’s decision to let audience members flex their imaginations, and the purity of intention matches the story’s setting in an austere Nordic hamlet.
Located in the hamlet of Wingdale, roughly 80 miles north of Newsweek Media Group’s lower Manhattan headquarters, the campus is the former site of the Harlem Valley Psychiatric Center, which Olivet purchased for $20 million in 2013.
One of the eateries in this tiny hamlet in the Taebaek Mountains serves hamburgers.
Many were rounded up in small groups and shot, others were flung into a drainage ditch at one edge of the hamlet and shot, and many more were shot at random in or near their homes.
Thousands of hunters pack Mound City, Bigelow, Craig, and a handful of other hamlets clustered where Missouri, Kansas, and Nebraska share borders.
Before the day was over, 504 Vietnamese villagers were killed in what would be known as the My Lai massacre, named for one of the hamlets of Son My.
In 1934 the Civilian Conservation Corps sliced a backcountry ski trail on Black Mountain, which hovers over the idyllic hamlet of Jackson, N.H.
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Origin and Etymology of hamlet
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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: a small village
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