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Aalst

[ahlst] /ɑlst/
noun
1.
Flemish name of Alost.
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  • And did he know that my mother was so near to him, that she was in Aalst.

  • The Eletto was at liberty to choose his own quarters, and there was no lack of stately dwellings in Aalst.

  • The sun was setting behind pleasant Aalst as he approached, and the sky looked as if it was strewn with roses.

  • She detained the smith in the house, repeating her former words: "The men from Aalst are not coming; he is keeping diem back."

  • You are the Eletto of Aalst, the pillager of cities, and this cannot be swept aside as easily as the dust from the floor.

British Dictionary definitions for Aalst

Aalst

/aːlst/
noun
1.
the Flemish name for Alost
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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