a village in NE Scotland, in Aberdeenshire; Balmoral Castle is nearby: site of the Royal Braemar Gathering, an annual Highland Games meeting
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How to use Braemar in a sentence
For, at the recent highland games gathering in Braemar, Prince Philip took a leaf out of Harry's book, and flashed the crowd.
My friend, walking one day in the neighbourhood of Braemar, all at once perceived that he had lost his way.Friend Mac Donald | Max O'Rell
But we turn now to interest of another kind, for at Castleton of Braemar we touch successive strata of historical events.
Cameron took the hammer and, with the easy slow grace of the Braemar swing, made his throw.Corporal Cameron | Ralph Connor
"Look here, now, get this swing," and Cameron demonstrated in his best style the famous Braemar swing.Corporal Cameron | Ralph Connor
In my twenty-third year—being at home at that time—I was asked to a hunting match at Braemar, and went.Audrey | Mary Johnston