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Fareham

[fair-uh m]
noun
  1. an urban district in Hampshire, S England, near Portsmouth.
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Historical Examples of fareham

  • Mr. Lee (U., Hants, Fareham) maintained that on the 60 per cent.

    The Annual Register 1914

    Anonymous

  • The young ones were in the habit of laughing at old Fareham.

    A Widow's Tale and Other Stories

    Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant

  • Mr Fareham, let him alone; let him be—happy, as you call it—if he can.

    A Widow's Tale and Other Stories

    Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant

  • Mother, do you know that old Fareham came up by the night train?

    A Widow's Tale and Other Stories

    Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant

  • "Neither have we," said old Fareham, shaking his white head.

    A Widow's Tale and Other Stories

    Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant


British Dictionary definitions for fareham

Fareham

noun
  1. a market town in S England, in S Hampshire. Pop: 37 440 (2001 est)
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