EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASCOT
There's Forster, with his story of Ascot, and his black-ball at Graham's!
"You fancy that the whole world is like the ring at Ascot," said Beecher, sneeringly.
Indeed she had no wish for Ascot or for any place in which he or she must meet their old friends.
I reached London and found employment as stable boy at Ascot.
The enclosure at Ascot on Cup Day is not so gay and pretty a scene as this.
One fine day they go to Ascot Races, and there they meet him face to face.
Some day it will swallow me up—perhaps on Thursday—after Ascot.
From that moment he grew worse till the time of the Ascot races.
He said Cunninghame had been very good to him, and had put off going to Ascot to look after him.
See there all that I have seen of your races of Ascot, and I have paid one sov.
village near Windsor, Berkshire; site of fashionable race-meeting. Used attributively for clothes suitable for the event; especially a type of tie (1908). The town name is literally "eastern cottage."