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Sandhurst

[sand-hurst] /ˈsænd hɜrst/
noun
1.
a village in S England, near Reading, W of London: military college.
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  • Moreover, they had never liked the idea of his going to Sandhurst.

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  • You will have to look sharp if you wish to go to Sandhurst.'

  • You will be a good chap,' he added, 'and work hard for Sandhurst.'

  • At Sandhurst he had just kept out of the way of that sort of thing.

    The Good Soldier Ford Madox Ford
  • He ate a little, and came out of Sandhurst not so high as he went in.

  • Now, boys, a good training with an army coach, and then Sandhurst.

    Sappers and Miners George Manville Fenn
  • Of course Percy wanted one particularly, because of his going to Sandhurst.

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  • Born in 1832, and educated at Eton, Sandhurst, and Woolwich.

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British Dictionary definitions for Sandhurst

Sandhurst

/ˈsændˌhɜːst/
noun
1.
a village in S England, in Bracknell unitary authority, Berkshire: seat of the Royal Military Academy for the training of officer cadets in the British Army. Pop: 19 546 (2001)
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