[ brent-wood ]

  1. a town on central Long Island, in SE New York.

  2. a city in SW Pennsylvania.

Words Nearby Brentwood Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Brentwood in a sentence

  • He broached the purchase over lunch at her Brentwood mansion in Los Angeles.

  • It was a similar situation at the William Morris Endeavor party held at the Brentwood home of top agent Ari Emanuel.

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  • He was afterwards settled at Shenfield, near Brentwood, where he died in 1653, in his eighty-third year.

  • Brentwood lay within a district on which the hand of the Queen fell heavier than elsewhere.

    History of the English People | John Richard Green
  • As reported in a previous issue, the Army which had assembled at Brentwood moved forward on the 5th.

    The Invasion | William Le Queux
  • People fled from the villa residences in Brentwood Road into the town for safety, now that the enemy were upon them.

    The Invasion | William Le Queux
  • Bonnie Brentwood turned her head wearily and looked up at her with a puzzled, half-annoyed expression.

    The Witness | Grace Livingston Hill Lutz

British Dictionary definitions for Brentwood


/ (ˈbrɛntˌwʊd) /

  1. a residential town in SE England, in SW Essex near London. Pop: 47 593 (2001)

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