Borough and Village

Borough

Borough noun - An English town that forms the constituency of a member of parliament.
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Synonyms for Borough

Village and borough are semantically related in townspeople topic. In some cases you can use "Village" instead the word "Borough" as a noun or an adjective.

Village

Village noun - A small residential settlement.
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Synonyms for Village

Borough and village are semantically related in townspeople topic. You can use "Borough" instead the word "Village" as a noun or an adjective.

Nearby Words: villa, villager

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  • In some cases, even "tiny village" would be giving the rotten borough too much credit, such as the infamous Old Sarum with a population of just 7 people.note Old Sarum's story is interesting in itself.
  • The Borough also contains Ascot racecourse, the town of Maidenhead, and the large village of Bray (home to the Vicar of Bray and, for no apparent reason, at least two world-class restaurants).
  • The prospect of a new apprentice improves Grimes's mood, and he opens himself to his friend Captain Balstrode: people may scorn his dreams, but one day he will hit it big and marry Ellen.Storm hits the Borough that night; the people are staying at the village tavern.
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