Beantown

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Beantown

A nickname for the city of Boston, Massachusetts (which is known for its baked beans). I'm going up to Beantown this weekend for the Red Sox game.
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Bean Town

n. Boston, Massachusetts. (From Boston baked beans.) I plan to hit Bean Town about noon.
See also: bean, town
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