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county seat

noun as in capital of county

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The average resident of Hidalgo County, Texas—county seat, McAllen—counted $3,200 in such income.

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He hires local help, buys local whenever he can and he refurbished a vacant building into a company “visitors center” on Main Street in the county seat of Shelby, population 3,000.

The lone doctor at his clinic in Marion, the county seat, Lee watched his two nurse practitioners leave during the pandemic in search of less grueling work.

Statewide, Hillary Clinton captured her highest percentage of votes in Monongalia County, where Morgantown is the county seat, with 40 percent.

The agent called the sheriff's office at White Lodge, the adjoining county seat.

And an escort of State Troopers were en route to take him over to the real clink at the county seat.

Got a important bankin' matter over to the county seat, Mr. Spackles, and I was wonderin' if I could figger on your help?

Two days later Scattergood appeared in the lobby of the Mansion House, in the county seat.

Hale put young Dave on a horse and the little shotgun cavalcade quietly moved away toward the county-seat.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to county seat, such as: county site, county town, and shiretown.

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