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  1. Lex·ing·ton
    IPA[ˈleksiNGtən]
    • 1. a city in central Kentucky; population (with Fayette) 282,114 (est. 2008). It is a noted horse-breeding center.

    • 2. a residential town in northeastern Massachusetts, northwest of Boston; population 30,272 (est. 2008). In 1775, it was the scene of the first battle in the American Revolution.