Definition of Fayetteville
1. Noun. A town in central West Virginia on the New River.
Generic synonyms: Town
Group relationships: Mountain State, West Virginia, Wv
2. Noun. A town in south central North Carolina.
3. Noun. A university town in northwestern Arkansas in the Ozarks.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Fayetteville
Literary usage of Fayetteville
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events by Frank Moore, Edward Everett (1868)
"The twelfth, thirteenth, and fourteenth were passed at fayetteville, ... Previous to reaching fayetteville I had despatched to Wilmington, ..."
2. On the Road to Economic Development: A Guide for Continuing Education by Peggy A. Richmond (1997)
"At that time the Legislature granted it regional university status and it became fayetteville State University (FSU). And finally, in 1972, ..."
3. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1900)
"The first is founded upon the judgments procured in 1882 by the plaintiff against the town of fayetteville; the *** second upon the coupons themselves, ..."
4. The Beginnings of Public Education in North Carolina: A Documentary History by Charles Lee Coon (1908)
"fayetteville ORPHAN ASYLUM. An Act to incorporate the Female Orphan Asylum So- ciety of fayetteville. I. That the individuals who are at present associated ..."
5. A Southern Record: The History of the Third Regiment Louisiana Infantry by William H. Tunnard (1866)
"WINTER AT fayetteville. AWAY once more on the tramp, with a single companion as company. ... The boys seemed to find fayetteville a pleasant little town, ..."
6. Bulletin of the Scientific Laboratories of Denison University by Denison University, Denison Scientific Association (1915)
"fayetteville quadrangle: Brentwood limestone lentil. Same locality as 139. 144. Winslow quadrangle: Kessler limestone lentil. Large talus blocks on slope, ..."
7. The Story of the Great March: From the Diary of a Staff Officer by George Ward Nichols (1865)
"Farther than this, and perhaps more important yet, if the Rebels make the stand they threaten at fayetteville, a force between them and their Northern ..."