Definition of Cape cod bay

1. Noun. The southern part of Massachusetts Bay.

Generic synonyms: Bay, Embayment
Group relationships: Massachusetts Bay



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cape Cod Bay

Canute
Canute the Great
Canyonlands
Canyonlands National Park
Cao Dai
Caodaiist
Caodaiists
Caodaism
Cap(m(7)GpppXm) endonuclease
Cap-Haïtien
Cape Ann
Cape Breton
Cape Breton Island
Cape Canaveral
Cape Cod
Cape Cod Bay
Cape Cod Canal
Cape Cod and the Islands
Cape Codder
Cape Codders
Cape Colony
Cape Fear
Cape Fear River
Cape Flattery
Cape Girardeau
Cape Hatteras
Cape Horn
Cape Kennedy
Cape May
Cape May warbler

Literary usage of Cape cod bay

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1. Cape Cod and the Old Colony by Albert Perry Brigham (1920)
"As the retirement of the Buzzards Bay glacier left that region open, the waters from the waning cape cod bay glacier spilled across the base of the Cape and ..."

2. Purchase of the Cape Cod Canal by United States Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce (1917)
"Buzzards Bay and cape cod bay, Is of the most paramount importance. For the above cogent reasons, we therefore ask, that the Government purchase the Cape ..."

3. The Beginnings of New England: Or, The Puritan Theocracy in Its Relations to by John Fiske (1899)
"... but encountering perilous shoals and a stiff headwind they desisted and sought shelter in Cape Cod bay. On the llth they decided to find some place of ..."

4. The Dutch and Quaker Colonies in America by John Fiske (1899)
"L ' states America was part of the scheme, but it the Mayflower, intended for Delaware Bay, arrives in cape cod bay. was thought that the details of it had ..."

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