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Worcester may refer to:
- Worcester, a city in England and the county town of Worcestershire. The original, after which other Worcesters are named.
- Worcestershire, a county in England
- Worcester, Massachusetts, the largest city with the name.
- Worcester, New York
- Worcester Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
- Worcester, Vermont
- Worcester, Wisconsin, a town
- Worcester (community), Wisconsin, an unincorporated community
- Worcester County, Maryland
- Worcester Township, Pennsylvania
- Barry, Illinois, formerly known as Worcester
- Marquette, Michigan, formerly known as Worcester
- HMS Worcester, various ships of the Royal Navy
- USS Worcester, various ships of the U.S. Navy
- Worcester was one of the GWR 3031 Class locomotives that were built for and run on the Great Western Railway between 1891 and 1915, formerly named Thames up to 1895
- Union Station (Worcester, Massachusetts) is called "Worcester" by the MBTA
- Dean Conant Worcester, American zoologist
- John of Worcester, English monk and chronicler
- Joseph Emerson Worcester, American lexicographer
- Noah Worcester, American peace activist
- Robert Worcester, founder of Market and Opinion Research International Ltd.
- Roger of Worcester, Bishop of Worcester
- Samuel Worcester, American missionary to the Cherokees
- Samuel Worcester (theologian), Unitarian controversialist
- Samuel T. Worcester, U.S. Representative from Ohio
- Sylvester of Worcester, Bishop of Worcester
- Tracy Worcester, English actress and environmental activist
- William Worcester, English chronicler and antiquary
- Royal Worcester, an English bone china and porcelain manufacturer
- Worcester College (disambiguation)
- Worcester Academy
 See also
- Worcester v. Georgia, a 1832 U.S. Supreme Court Case
- Wooster (disambiguation), pronounced similarly
- Worcestershire sauce (or "Worcester sauce") - a food condiment
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