Waterbury

noun a city in west central Connecticut
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Waterbury

city, coextensive with the town (township) of Waterbury, New Haven county, west-central Connecticut, U.S., on the Naugatuck River. Mattatuck ...
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Waterbury

U.S. manufacturer based in Waterbury, CT, originally founded as clockmakers in 1843 and connected with the pioneer American clockmaker Chauncey Jerome (1793-1860).    The Waterbury name dates from 1857 and watchmaking began twenty years later.   Waterbury specialised in cheap watches (as they still
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Waterbury

Waterbury, industrial city (1990 pop. 108,961), New Haven co., W Conn., on the Naugatuck River; settled 1674, inc. as a city 1853. The city, once famous for its brass industry, is a financial and commercial center of W Connecticut. Clocks and watches, tools, instruments, plastics, chemicals, and ele...
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Waterbury

[n] - a city in west central Connecticut
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