Manassas [muh-nas-uh s] Examples noun

  1. a town in NE Virginia: battles of Bull Run 1861, 1862.

Examples from the Web for manassas Contemporary Examples of manassas

  • The Zimmermans, George and his parents, Robert and Gladys, moved to Florida from the Manassas, Va., area about 10 years ago.

    George Zimmerman, the Man Who Shot Trayvon Martin, Profiled by Family and Neighbors

    Matthew DeLuca

    March 21, 2012

  • Eventually, it takes a toll on Coach Bill, and he decides to leave Manassas after their memorable 2009 season.

    ‘Undefeated’: The Oscar-Nominated Documentary That Is the Real ‘Friday Night Lights’

    Marlow Stern

    February 18, 2012

  • He learned about Gettysburg and Vicksburg, Manassas, and Antietam.

    Selling the Civil War to African Americans

    David A. Graham

    April 12, 2011

  • Historical Examples of manassas

  • His trophies are the wooden guns from Centreville and Manassas.

    Diary from November 12, 1862, to October 18, 1863

    Adam Gurowski

  • This was a portion of the force which had expected a fight at Manassas Gap.

    Three Years in the Federal Cavalry

    Willard Glazier

  • At last the ambulance appeared—a good one, captured at Manassas.

    The Long Roll

    Mary Johnston

  • In the flush of triumph after Manassas they had said “It is over.”

    The Long Roll

    Mary Johnston

  • Didn’t I say that the old Manassas Gap ain’t half so black as she’s painted?

    The Long Roll

    Mary Johnston

  • British Dictionary definitions for manassas Manassas noun

    1. a town in NE Virginia, west of Alexandria: site of the victory of Confederate forces in the Battles of Bull Run, or First and Second Manassas (1861; 1862), during the American Civil War. Pop: 37 166 (2003 est)
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