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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishWessexWes‧sex /ˈwesəks/  an ancient anglo-saxonkingdom in the south and southwest of England, which continued until England became united in the 9th century. The writer Thomas Hardy used the name Wessex in his novels to mean the southwestern counties (county ) of England, especially Dorset.
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