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Warren1

Syllabification: War·ren
Pronunciation: /ˈwôrən, ˈwär-
 
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  • 1An industrial city in southeastern Michigan, north of Detroit; population 133,939 (est. 2008).
  • 2An industrial city in northeastern Ohio, on the Mahoning River; population 43,789 (est. 2008).

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Pronunciation: ˌkələrəˈto͝orə
noun
elaborate ornamentation of a vocal melody

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Warren2

Syllabification: War·ren
Pronunciation: /ˈwôrən
 
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  • American family of physicians. Joseph Warren (1741–75), a patriot active in the events leading up to the American Revolution, was killed at the Battle of Bunker Hill. His brother John Warren (1753–1815) was a leading medical practitioner in New England and a surgeon in the American Revolution. John Collins Warren (1778–1856), the son of John Warren, helped to found Massachusetts General Hospital in 1811.

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warren

Syllabification: war·ren
Pronunciation: /ˈwôrən, ˈwä-
 
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noun

(also rabbit warren)
  • 1A network of interconnecting rabbit burrows.
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    • Its interest is that within it survive all the elements of a medieval forest: great timber trees, coppice woods, pollards, scrub, grassland and fen, deer and cattle, and a rabbit warren.
    • The officials and other 20 walkers were gone, leaving Norm to make his own way through the rabbit warren to the track.
    • If, for instance, you need to clear a rabbit warren, you have to ensure that there is not a badger down there too - they are protected animals.
  • 1.1A densely populated or labyrinthine building or district: a warren of narrow gas-lit streets
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    • In a warren of hangar-sized hotel ballrooms in Orlando, military engineers this week showed off their next generation of robots, as they got the machines ready for the war zone.
    • The insurgents still had strongholds in the north-western district of Jolan, a warren of narrow streets.
    • Of the synagogues they built and rebuilt, four still nestle in this timeless Turkish warren, two as museums.
  • 1.2British historical An enclosed piece of land set aside for breeding game, especially rabbits.
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    • They were also kept in warrens, enclosed areas of land in which they could feed and burrow, and from whence they were conveniently caught.
    • At first rabbits were managed in warrens, but before long they escaped into the countryside.
    • It is thought Zac had gone into an unused rabbit or fox warren.

Origin

late Middle English: from an Anglo-Norman French and Old Northern French variant of Old French garenne 'game park', of Gaulish origin.

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