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Definition of "hampshire" []

  • A county of S England, on the English Channel: crossed by the Hampshire Downs and the South Downs, with the New Forest in the southwest and many prehistoric and Roman remains: the geographical and ceremonial county includes Portsmouth and Southampton, which became independent unitary authorities in 1997. Administrative centre: Winchester. Pop (excluding unitary authorities): 1 251 000 (2003 est). Area (excluding unitary authorities): 3679 sq km (1420 sq miles) (noun)

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Use "hampshire" in a sentence
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  • "The "hampshire" was a large cupboard, the lower part of which was half filled with boxes and buckets; but the children contrived to squeeze themselves into it."
  • "I want it for new hampshire for bear, moose and deer. i want a good gun that isn't too expensive, kind of like what the 870 is to shotguns. any suggestions?"
  • "The "hampshire" was a large cupboard, the lower part of which was half filled with boxes and buckets; but the children contrived to squeeze themselves into it."
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  • "I agree, i go to new hampshire a lot to lake Winnie and every time there is a tournament it messes up the fishing."