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Pronunciation: [pɹˈiːsɪŋkt] (IPA)

The word "precinct" is commonly used to refer to a specific area or district that is bound by a particular boundary. Synonyms for "precinct" include zone, sector, region, district, locality, area, and neighborhood. Each of these words can suggest a specific type of boundary or an imagined sense of community within the area. "Zone" may suggest a division or partition, while "sector" can imply a specific economic or industrial concentration. "Region" may point to a geographic area, while "neighborhood" might evoke a sense of social groups or close-knit communities. Choosing the right synonym for "precinct" depends on the context and the intended connotations of the word.

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Usage examples for Precinct

The pleasant exposure on this side-with the more careful cultivation of the flower beds and turf sward-plainly proclaimed it to be the sacred precinct.
"The White Gauntlet"
Mayne Reid
The girl, without hesitation, a second time delivered her cheek to be kissed by the ready lips of her soldier lover; and then, muttering something like a promise-to permit more than one repetition of the dose when she should come out again-the storeroom door was opened to her; and, without further interruption, she was admitted within the precinct of Holtspur's prison.
"The White Gauntlet"
Mayne Reid
They will go from precinct to precinct, using fake addresses and changing names.
"The Tempering"
Charles Neville Buck

Famous quotes with Precinct

  • The reason it takes us from November the second to December the sixth to certify is because we have a very tedious, very comprehensive process where we audit by precinct, across the state, every vote that was cast to make sure that every vote that was legally cast is counted.
    Kenneth Blackwell
  • Our children await Christmas presents like politicians getting in election returns: there's the Uncle Fred precinct and the Aunt Ruth district still to come in.
    Marcelene Cox
  • The way they were writing Christine as this older woman who got married, which she shouldn't have. Obviously got divorced right away. Reached the glass ceiling in the police precinct. So there is a part of her that died because she knows she couldn't go any farther.
    Sharon Gless
  • Nat Glover (Jacksonville Sheriff 1995-2003). I appointed him patrolman when I was mayor. In 1965, we had a segregated police department. A black officer could not arrest a white person. When the black officers were recruited, they had their own precinct over on the west side of LaVilla and were given passed down uniforms.
    Lou Ritter
  • I honestly believe that in my lifetime we will see a country once again governed by Christians...and Christian values. What Christians have got to do is take back this country, one precinct at a time, one neighborhood at a time, and one state at a time.
    Ralph Reed

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