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capitol



noun (capitalized when referring to the building inWashington)

Not capital (the city, plus other meanings).

Grammar.com’s section on Problem Words discusses capital and capitol. Click here for that discussion.

Example: We visited the Capitol and witnessed a session of Congress. proper noun

Example: We visited many state capitols. The Virginia State Capitol was designed by Thomas Jefferson. noun and proper noun

See capital.

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