[ eest-bawrn, -bohrn, -bern ]
/ ˈist bɔrn, -boʊrn, -bərn /
a seaport in East Sussex, in SE England.
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How to use Eastbourne in a sentence
The next week he went for a few days to Eastbourne, and thence dictated the following letters.
It bore, as I should guess, some pleasure party upon their return from Brighton or from Eastbourne.
At Eastbourne, for example, the water flows for about five hours, and ebbs for about seven and a half.
We came to Eastbourne through Pevensey, famed for its old ruined castle and much history.
British Dictionary definitions for Eastbourne
a resort in SE England, in East Sussex on the English Channel. Pop: 106 592 (2001)
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