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Esher

/ˈiːʃə/
noun
1.
a town in SE England, in NE Surrey near London: racecourse. Pop: 25 172 (2001)
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  • esher is now, and always has been, remarkable for its foliage.

  • He then went to Putney by water, and having landed, rode to esher.

  • From the river bank let us turn up into esher, on the high ground above it.

    Surrey A.R. Hope Moncrieff
  • Ill and despairing, he retired to his house at esher, shorn of all his offices.

    Ten Tudor Statesmen Arthur D. Innes
  • He was deprived of his worldly goods, and retired to his house at esher.

  • At esher one felt like an individual, and not like a cog in a machine.

    Trenching at Gallipoli John Gallishaw
  • Ah, Reggie, you will not be singing in the woods near esher when the tiresome cuckoo imitates Haydn's toy symphony next spring!

    The Green Carnation

    Robert Smythe Hichens
  • One has to imagine, as well as one may, the fate of those batteries towards esher, waiting so tensely in the twilight.

    The War of the Worlds H. G. Wells
  • I was offered a young lion yesterday, but I hardly think it would be an agreeable addition to the household at esher.

    Letters from the Cape Lady Duff Gordon
  • What a sensation his thatchlike hat and handsome orange-tawny face would make at esher!

    Letters from the Cape Lady Duff Gordon

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