Muncie definition by Webster's New World
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city in EC Ind.: pop. 67,000
Origin: after the Munsee (Delaware) Indians
Muncie definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A city of east-central Indiana northeast of Indianapolis. Established on the site of an earlier Delaware settlement, it was the setting for Robert and Helen Lynd's pioneering sociological study Middletown (1929). Population: 65,300.