[san-dring-uh m]


a village in N Norfolk, England: site of Sandringham House, Royal Family mansion. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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Contemporary Examples of sandringham

Historical Examples of sandringham

  • "Yes; this is Sandringham," said the girl, with a sort of shamefaced humour.

    Young Blood

    E. W. Hornung

  • By the way, even royal Sandringham had its message from the Past for me.

    The Retrospect

    Ada Cambridge

  • How did I get the idea of Captain Sandringham's connection with the affair?

  • I admit it then: I have no respect for Captain Sandringham—none whatever.

  • Then I am to be at Sandringham for three days for the theatricals.

    The Socialist

    Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull

British Dictionary definitions for sandringham



a village in E England, in Norfolk near the E shore of the Wash: site of Sandringham House, a residence of the royal family
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