Definition of Vermont in English:

Vermont

Syllabification: Ver·mont
Pronunciation: /vərˈmänt
 
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A state in the northeastern US, on the border with Canada, one of the six New England States; population 621,270 (est. 2008); capital, Montpelier; statehood, Mar. 4, 1791 (14). Explored and settled by the French during the 1600s and 1700s, it became an independent republic in 1777 until it was admitted as a US state.

Derivatives

Vermonter

noun
More example sentences
  • As a result of his big spending, Vermonters work longer to pay for their state government than any other Americans.
  • I am heart and soul a Vermonter, so I'll thank you to stop saying that you are speaking for ‘true Vermonters.’
  • I happen to like feisty political personalities with regional color whether they are flinty Vermonters or silky Mississipians.

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