City and Hamlet


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City noun – A thickly settled, highly populated area.
Hamlet and city are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Hamlet" instead a noun "City".
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Hamlet noun – A small residential settlement.
City and hamlet are semantically related. You can use "City" instead a noun "Hamlet".
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  • Video Game / Shenmue Close-Knit Community: Yamanose, the fictional hamlet in the real city of Yokosuka, has only eight people living there—three of whom live in the Hazuki residence.
  • Kraków, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland: Second-largest city of Poland and one of its oldest, originating as a hamlet atop Wawel Hill and is best known for its historic city center and the center of ministry of a certain Archbishop Karol Cardinal Wojtyla before he became Pope John Paul II.
  • The Need for Mead Every town or city and every other village or hamlet in The Elder Scrolls has at least one of these, plus there's several in the middle of nowhere on the road.
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