Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A seaside resort of southeast England on the English Channel south-southeast of London.

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  • proper noun A coastal town in East Sussex, England

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Examples

  • She cannot recall exactly what happened after she opened the door of her terraced home in Eastbourne that night.

    'My son was shot by a British sniper, now all I want is the truth'

  • I grew up in Eastbourne, a sheltered environment artistically, and I was very slow to develop musically.

    My first song

  • Over here in Eastbourne the local press have had the habit of referring to Baker as 'Polegate MP Norman etc .

    Letter To The Express

  • While perusing a bookshop in Eastbourne we came across a small black book with the word ‘FREE’ emblazoned across the front.

    Orbit Books Free Sample SciFi Fantasy Book: The Future Is Now 30 | SciFi UK Review

  • While perusing a bookshop in Eastbourne we came across a small black book with the word ‘FREE’ emblazoned across the front.

    SciFi UK Review | Archive | September

  • By the time I knew them well, they were all retired, and had moved to a large pretty house with a beautiful big garden, in Eastbourne, on the south coast.

    Lady Moon's Dorset Apple Cake

  • By the time I knew them well, they were all retired, and had moved to a large pretty house with a beautiful big garden, in Eastbourne, on the south coast.

    Toast:

  • Championships in Eastbourne, England; claimed her only singles title of the year in Paris at the Open Gaz de France but has gone 16-11 overall in 2000; lost in the second round in her first Australian Open since 1994 and the third round at the French Open; best performance at a Grand Slam was runner-up at Wimbledon in 1998. 8.

    2000 Wimbledon - Women's seeds

  • Line Insurance Championships in Eastbourne, England, but is only 20-16 overall; advanced to the quarterfinals at the Australian Open but lost in the second round at the French Open and Wimbledon; reached the fourth round at the U.S.

    2000 U.S. Open — Women's seeds

  • But the tests have established Tyler Barker, 15 and also from Eastbourne, is the father of Chantelle Stedman’s baby.

    Easy Come, Easy Go! Geddit? « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

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