[ sand-hurst ]

  1. a village in S England, near Reading, W of London: military college.

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How to use Sandhurst in a sentence

  • He was born in 1878 and received his education at Eton and Sandhurst.

    Five Plays | Edward John Dunsany
  • That was all the mess, except a second lieutenant, a boy just green from Sandhurst.

  • Thus you live 'on Bendigo,' but 'in' or 'at' Sandhurst--the latter being the new name for the old goldfield town.

    Town Life in Australia | R. E. N. (Richard) Twopeny

British Dictionary definitions for Sandhurst


/ (ˈsændˌhɜːst) /

  1. a village in S England, in Bracknell unitary authority, Berkshire: seat of the Royal Military Academy for the training of officer cadets in the British Army. Pop: 19 546 (2001)

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