Place and Township


Place noun - The area or space occupied by or intended for something.

Township and place are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Township" instead a noun "Place".

Nearby Words: placed, placement, placing, placer, placet


Township noun - An administrative division of a county.
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Synonyms for Township

Place and township are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Place" instead a noun "Township".

Nearby Word: town

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / Rocket Attack USA Joisey: One scene takes place in the township of Hazlet, located in Monmouth, NJ.
  • Useful Notes / Houston Sunset Terrace - A wealthy neighborhood (again) south of Greenway Plaza and directly adjacent to the north border of West University Place, but is not a part of that township.
  • A good chunk of the InCryptid short stories take place in Buckley Township, Michigan, a fictional township in the Upper Peninsula.
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