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ˈnæʃ vɪlNash·ville

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. Nashville, capital of Tennesseenoun

    capital of the state of Tennessee; located in the north central part of the state on the Cumberland River; known for country music


  1. Nashvillenoun

    The capital and second largest city of Tennessee, known as the center of the country music industry.

  2. Nashvillenoun

    The country music industry.


  1. Nashville

    Nashville is an American reality television/soap opera series featuring several aspiring country music artists. The show, which was based in Nashville, Tennessee, aired on Fox Broadcasting Company for two episodes prior to its cancellation.

The Nuttall Encyclopedia

  1. Nashville

    capital of Tennessee, U.S., on the Cumberland River, 185 m. SW. of Louisville; a suspension bridge and railway drawbridge joins it with Edgefield suburb; it is an important railway and educational centre, the seat of the Fisk, Vanderbilt, and Nashville universities, and is actively engaged in the manufacture of cotton, tobacco, flour, paper, oil, &c.

Military Dictionary and Gazetteer

  1. nashville

    A city and capital of the State of Tennessee, situated on the left bank of the Cumberland River, about 200 miles from its mouth. During the civil war, after the fall of Fort Donelson, it was occupied by the Union forces, February 24, 1862. Within a few miles of the city was fought the memorable battle which bears its name, between the Confederate forces under Gen. Hood and the Union troops under Gen. George H. Thomas, December 15-16, 1864. The battle commenced by a feint on Hood’s right and a real attack on his left, which resulted in driving it a distance of 8 miles, and the capture of over 1000 prisoners, 20 wagons, and 16 pieces of artillery. During the ensuing night, Gen. Hood contracted his lines, and next day the battle was renewed with vigor, towards the afternoon becoming close and obstinate. Near dusk the Confederates gave way, and a total rout soon followed. Some 4000 prisoners were captured, over 50 pieces of artillery, and an immense number of small-arms. On the 17th the pursuit of the enemy was continued and many more prisoners captured. Hood escaped with a mere wreck of his army, and was soon after relieved of command.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Nashville in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Nashville in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of Nashville in a Sentence

  1. Carlos Whittaker:

    By the time I landed in Nashville, it was $ 20,000. And by the time I interviewed Wednesday Carter for my podcast that night, it was $ 44,000. And as of this conversation, it's at $ 61,000.

  2. Garth Brooks:

    I have a date with Carrie’s husband in Nashville to complete the duet.

  3. Bob Iger:

    >( CNN) This is a tale of two presidential reactions.The first is how President Donald J. Trump reacted to comedian Roseanne Barr's racist tweet directed at Valerie Jarrett. Or, didn't react. At least not initially. Barr's tweets came in the early hours of Tuesday morning. President Donald J. Trump said nothing -- even as ABC announced that Roseanne Barr eponymous show was being canceled over Roseanne Barr tweet. Even at a rally in Nashville on Tuesday night, Trump -- amazingly -- said nothing about Roseanne Barr. It wasn't until Wednesday around noon when President Donald J. Trump finally did address the Roseanne situation. President Donald J. Trump tweeted this :.

  4. Josef Newgarden:

    They solve all sorts of dogs - all sorts, you should hear some of these heartbreaking stories these guys go through to find these dogs homes. We’re very happy to be able to get some money to this group because they’ve done a lot for us and for a lot of people in Nashville.

  5. Blake Shelton:

    Hey guys, Blake here, and I hope everyone out there is doing their best to stay healthy, gwen and I wish that we could be in Nashville tonight, but we couldn't. But through the magic of television, voila ! Welcome back to the Bluebird Cafe, everybody.

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