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Tamworth1

Line breaks: Tam|worth
Pronunciation: /ˈtamwəːθ
 
, -wəθ/
A town in central England, in Staffordshire; population 74,800 (est. 2009).

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There are 2 main definitions of Tamworth in English:

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Tamworth2

Line breaks: Tam|worth
Pronunciation: /ˈtamwəθ
 
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noun

A pig of a long-bodied, typically red or brown breed.
Example sentences
  • On the pig front, we've got Gloucester Old Spots, Tamworths, Berkshires and even Middlewhites - wonderful beasts with squashed noses.
  • During the 19th, Yorkshire Large Whites, Middle Whites, Tamworths, and Lincolnshire curly-coated pigs were the breeds favoured for bacon.
  • He gave most of the meat away to friends and decided to get some more pigs, this time Tamworths.

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