How to use Sherbrooke in a sentence
This one literally takes up four corners on Rue Sherbrooke, all navigable via underground routes.
He rose and dressed himself, going quietly out of the front door into Sherbrooke street.
She accordingly placed her baby out to nurse, and, as soon as she felt strong enough, set out for Sherbrooke.
Shortly after his return to the depot the train started, and in a few hours they reached Sherbrooke.
Since the name was Michael Sherbrooke, you will understand why, in my case, its arrival was peculiarly gratifying.Adventures and Enthusiasms | E. V. Lucas
Sir John Sherbrooke could not understand the reasoning of Mr. Ryland.The Rise of Canada, from Barbarism to Wealth and Civilisation | Charles Roger
British Dictionary definitions for Sherbrooke
a city in E Canada, in S Quebec: university. It is an industrial and commercial centre. Pop: 127 354 (2001)
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