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Levittown Syllabification: Lev·it·town
Pronunciation: /ˈlevətˌtoun/

Definition of Levittown in English:

A village in central Long Island in New York, noted for its “cookie-cutter” houses, developed after World War II; population 53,067 (2000). There are also Levittowns in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Puerto Rico.

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