racecourse

[ reys-kawrs, -kohrs ]SEE DEFINITION OF racecourse
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RACECOURSE

We passed a racecourse, where a little race-meeting was going on.

The racecourse has done much for this, but the road would do far more.

There is no place, no corner, on a racecourse where a man may show his heart.

Mrs. Ogilvie arrived at the racecourse, as she had promised to do, about tea-time.

The Church was consecrated in 1845, four years after the closing of the racecourse.

"I never was at a racecourse in my life," said the barrister.

When detached from the racecourse or the card-table, his command of language was nil.

Bets on the Dauphin, bets on Roy: they were matched as on a racecourse.

That will be a safe hour, for they will be on the racecourse and out of the way.

Adjacent are the parade ground and racecourse and the golf-links.

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