Definition of Sedalia

1. Noun. A town in east central Missouri.

Generic synonyms: Town
Group relationships: Missouri, Mo, Show Me State

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sedalia

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Secretary of State for the Home Department
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Secretary of the Interior
Secretary of the Navy
Secretary of the Treasury
Section Eight
Securities and Exchange Commission
Security Council
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Sedalia (current term)
Sedum acre
Sedum rosea
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Seebeck effect
Seeligmuller's sign
Seessel's pocket
Seessel's pouch
SegE endonuclease

Literary usage of Sedalia

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1. Transactions of the Academy of Science of Saint Louis by Academy of Science of St. Louis (1892)
"From Sedalia we have the new species described in this paper, ... The fossil Crustacea of the Sedalia limestones have a strong Devonian facies, ..."

2. Clearing Out-of-town Checks in England and the United States by James Collins Halloch (1903)
"Soon after beginning the clearance of checks on one another the Sedalia banks ... The Sedalia bankers altogether would have more checks on this bank than it ..."

3. A History of the First Regiment Iowa Cavalry Veteran Volunteers, from Its by Charles H. Lothrop (1890)
"We had a few sick which I loaded into wagons and sent to Sedalia. ... He ordered all the stores that could be removed to Sedalia. and set fire to his own ..."

4. The State of Missouri: An Autobiography by Walter Williams (1904)
"The daily press is represented at Sedalia by the Capital, ... There are three electric plants in Sedalia selling light and power, and lighting the streets, ..."

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