Aintree

/ (ˈeɪntrɪ) /


noun
  1. a suburb of Liverpool, in Merseyside: site of the racecourse over which the Grand National steeplechase has been run since 1839

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How to use Aintree in a sentence

  • A quarter of a century before he had set himself to find the horse that would beat the English thoroughbred at Aintree.

    Boy Woodburn | Alfred Ollivant
  • "It's something to have found Aintree at home," Nigel returned.

    The Sixth Sense | Stephen McKenna
  • Possibly she may be forthcoming when Aintree has been arrested.

    The Sixth Sense | Stephen McKenna
  • Aintree roused himself from his attitude of listless indifference.

    The Sixth Sense | Stephen McKenna
  • Aintree inhaled the smoke of his cigarette and answered with eyes half-closed.

    The Sixth Sense | Stephen McKenna