Definition of State capital
1. Noun. The capital city of a political subdivision of a country.
Specialized synonyms: Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Adelaide, Perth, Capital Of Alabama, Montgomery, Capital Of Alaska, Juneau, Capital Of Arizona, Phoenix, Capital Of Arkansas, Little Rock, Capital Of California, Sacramento, Capital Of Colorado, Denver, Mile-high City, Capital Of Connecticut, Hartford, Capital Of Delaware, Dover, Capital Of Florida, Tallahassee, Atlanta, Capital Of Georgia, Capital Of Hawaii, Hawaiian Capital, Honolulu, Boise, Capital Of Idaho, Capital Of Illinois, Springfield, Capital Of Indiana, Indianapolis, Capital Of Iowa, Des Moines, Capital Of Kansas, Topeka, Capital Of Kentucky, Frankfort, Baton Rouge, Capital Of Louisiana, Augusta, Capital Of Maine, Annapolis, Capital Of Maryland, Bean Town, Beantown, Boston, Capital Of Massachusetts, Hub Of The Universe, Capital Of Michigan, Lansing, Capital Of Minnesota, Saint Paul, St. Paul, Capital Of Mississippi, Jackson, Capital Of Missouri, Jefferson City, Capital Of Montana, Helena, Capital Of Nebraska, Lincoln, Capital Of Nevada, Carson City, Capital Of New Hampshire, Concord, Capital Of New Jersey, Trenton, Capital Of New Mexico, Santa Fe, Albany, Capital Of New York, Capital Of North Carolina, Raleigh, Bismarck, Capital Of North Dakota, Capital Of Ohio, Columbus, Capital Of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Capital Of Oregon, Salem, Capital Of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, Capital Of Rhode Island, Providence, Capital Of South Carolina, Columbia, Capital Of South Dakota, Pierre, Capital Of Tennessee, Nashville, Austin, Capital Of Texas, Capital Of Utah, Salt Lake City, Capital Of Vermont, Montpelier, Capital Of Virginia, Richmond, Capital Of Washington, Olympia, Capital Of West Virginia, Charleston, Capital Of Wisconsin, Madison, Capital Of Wyoming, Cheyenne
Definition of State capital
1. Noun. The capital city of any state, of the United States of America. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Lexicographical Neighbors of State Capital
Literary usage of State capital
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"On the eastern side of the Gulf of Saint Vincent lie the most populous portions of the state, and here is situated Adelaide, the state capital, ..."
2. Index of Economic Material in Documents of the States of the United States by Adelaide Rosalia Hasse (1908)
"Rept. of surveyor gen. to Sen. and Assem. upon location of state capital. ... Communication from atty. gen. re. removal of state capital from Vallejo. 4 pp. ..."
3. The Afro-American Press and Its Editors by Irvine Garland Penn (1891)
"It was on this account he was induced to enter the journalistic field, and in 1886, though under adverse circumstances, to establish The state capital, ..."
4. Decimal Classification and Relative Index for Libraries and Personal Use: In ...by Melvil Dewey by Melvil Dewey (1922)
"1861 territory organized 31 Oct. 1864 admitted as 36th state Area 109821 sq. mi. Population 77407 in 1920 17 counties Sobriquet: Silver state Capital: ..."
5. History of Concord, New Hampshire: From the Original Grant in Seventeen by James Otis Lyford, Amos Hadley, Will B. Howe (1896)
"The fifth bank organized in Concord was the state capital, which received its charter from the legislature in 1852, and opened banking rooms in Rumford ..."
6. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1914)
"In an old-time state capital. Harper. 129: 593- 6U3, 740-51. »21-30. S.-N. '14. Number of interesting novels. No. Am. 200: 908-22. D. '14. ..."