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Definition of Gosport
1. a communication device in an airplane [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gosport
Literary usage of Gosport
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1913)
" gosport Nov. 14. 1800. This day the Meeting house was dedicated. The Rev4 Jedidiah Morse DD of Charlestown preached the Sermon from Psalm 118. ..."
2. The Engineering Index Annual for by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1909)
"Illustrated description of a plant dealing not only with house- gosport, ... 89638 A. gosport, Eng. gosport Public Works. H. Frost. ..."
3. The Aurora Borealis by Alfred Angot (1897)
"gosport, Manchester, Bedford, Isle of Man. — Oct. 5. gosport, Kendal, Carlisle, Bedford, on the Atlantic, on 42° 20' lat. N., and 39° 29' long. W.—9th. ..."
4. Hampshire Allegations for Marriage Licences Granted by the Bishop of by William John Charles Moens, Church of England Diocese of Winchester (1893)
"KAXE, James, of gosport, gent, 21, b., & Elizabeth Foster, of the в., 21, sp., at Alverstoke, 1 Apl., 1795. KATE, John, of St. Helen's, ..."
5. Special Report by Geological Survey of Alabama, Columbia University, School of Dental and Oral Surgery (1894)
"Some of the more important exposures of the Claiborne beds elsewhere are the following : (c) A few miles below Claiborne, at gosport landing, ..."
6. The Railways of Great Britain and Ireland Practically Described and Illustrated by Francis Whishaw (1842)
"The expenditure on account of the gosport branch up to 30th June, 1840, amounted to 86643/. 7s. Wd. The gross receipts, up to the same date, ..."
7. Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature (1907)
"... is the seat of the United States gosport navy yard (with a dry dock built of granite at a cost of ..."