/ (ˈɔːltrɪŋəm) /

  1. a residential town in NW England, in Trafford unitary authority, Greater Manchester. Pop: 40 695 (2001)

Words Nearby Altrincham

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How to use Altrincham in a sentence

  • A telegraphic message received at Altrincham gave the headquarters alarming news of constant reverses.

  • Altrincham and Over too, once had their mayors, though they have them no longer.

    Cheshire | Charles E. Kelsey
  • He was somewhat proud, though he went on foot, and on arriving at Altrincham, felt he would be all the better for a shave.

    England in the Days of Old | William Andrews
  • Hamon de Massey gave a charter for a weekly market to the inhabitants of Altrincham.

    Cheshire | Charles E. Kelsey
  • The Altrincham Carrot measures about fourteen inches in length, by two inches in diameter.