a city in S England, in Surrey: cathedral (1936–68); seat of the University of Surrey (1966). Pop: 69 400 (2001)
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How to use Guildford in a sentence
When later we were living in Guildford, he had a series of crazes.
Guildford has many old inns, as befits an old town which lay directly upon an old coach-road.
Directly the river Wey is crossed, either in leaving or entering Guildford, the road begins to rise steeply.
Guildford might well detain for a day or more anyone whose time will permit him to travel more leisurely than ours did.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car | Thomas D. Murphy
Thus we read that, in 1740, she was committed to Guildford Gaol for receiving stolen goods!
I got that in 1841, through the breaking of my near hind axle as we came down through Guildford town.