How to use Basildon in a sentence
In Sydney it was across the Harbor, in London it was outside the city in Basildon or Slough.
Sure it was some such name as Basildon or Basildene -- the name of some fair spot, I trow, where she must once have lived.In the Days of Chivalry | Evelyn Everett-Green
There is Basildon—and Hurley—and Pangbourne, with its roaring lasher.Madam How and Lady Why | Charles Kingsley
Basildon is quite as bad; he is as domestic as if he was a bachelor.An Ideal Husband | Oscar Wilde
British Dictionary definitions for Basildon
a town in SE England, in S Essex: designated a new town in 1955. Pop: 99 876 (2001)
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