Definition of New England in English:

New England

Syllabification: New Eng·land
An area on the northeastern coast of the US that consists of the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.

Derivatives

New Englander

noun
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  • For a New Englander like Longfellow, it was galling that slaves from the southern states were heading north via the so-called ‘Underground Railroad’ to seek freedom under a monarchy in Canada.
  • He was raised a New Englander, graduated from Yale University, and received his medical education at the University of Rochester, graduating in 1965.
  • Being a New Englander comes with its own sense of privilege.

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