locale[ loh-kal, -kahl ]SEE DEFINITION OF locale
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOCALE
In every case, the locale they describe was known to Merriman personally.
Such was the locale; to describe the company will be more difficult, but I will attempt it.
Ah,” said the Doctor, “and changed the locale of the missing belt.
Attended another meeting at the 'Locale,' which was sweet and refreshing.
But the detachment had no intention of examining the locale of the country.
With a knife he drew a picture of the locale on the table cloth.
They are supposed to be the termination of the nerves, and the locale of sensation.
Things were looking serious; they walked back to the locale in silence.
I knew the street not by name but by locale and I gave him this location.
I'll first discover the locale of this worthy colonel—'Hydrabad Cottage' he calls it; good, eh?