birthplace[ burth-pleys ]SEE DEFINITION OF birthplace
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BIRTHPLACE
I was born in the town, and hoped to end my days at my birthplace.
Elstow, a village about one mile south of Bedford, was Bunyan's birthplace.
The grandmother to whom he refers was born in that part of the town nearest to his own birthplace.
To it he gave the name Port Royal after his birthplace in Bermuda.
It is a poor prophet that has but one birthplace and one tomb.
It is of no real consequence whether it is his birthplace or not.
To her, her return to her birthplace was naturally an event of absorbing interest.
You see I was born there and no other city, no matter how grand it is, can be my birthplace.
It is noted for being the birthplace of the inimitable Sterne.
This divinity was chiefly worshipped at Lampsacus, his birthplace.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BIRTHPLACE
- horse's mouth
- starting point