- a village in N Norfolk, England: site of Sandringham House, Royal Family mansion.
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Examples from the Web for sandringham
They have also spent several weekends at country house shooting parties, including one at the Queen's estate on Sandringham.
The trip to Sandringham folows a new preparedness of the couple to be seen together.Cressida and Harry Engagement Rumors Heat Up After Sandringham Party
October 31, 2013
The balding Prince of Wales had a brush with a bald eagle at the Sandringham Flower Show yesterday.Who You Calling Bald? Prince Meets Eagle
August 1, 2013
The Queen, sensibly, spends all her holidays at Balmoral or Sandringham, where she can truly be assured of total privacy.The Royals' Secret Lives as One Percenters
June 28, 2013
They were invited to spend Christmas at Sandringham with her and accompanied her to church on Christmas day.Beatrice and Eugenie - Sorry, Charles, The Young Princesses Are Back!
January 15, 2013
"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
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
- 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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