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Chambord

[shahn-bawr] /ʃɑ̃ˈbɔr/
noun
1.
a village in the Loire Valley, N central France: site of Renaissance château built by Francis I.
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  • He was born on the same day as the Count of Chambord, the 29th of September, 1820.

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  • This is the history of Amboise as well, and is to a certain extent the history of Chambord.

  • On the way to Chambord you enter the flat and sandy Sologne.

  • He lived eight years at Chambord and filled up the moats of the castle.

  • But Chambord, like Madrid, was not a prison; it was a retreat.

  • The great parties at Chambord followed and lasted all through June.

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  • You will be missed at Chambord, but Capello is so sweet in the spring and summer.

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  • I was much on the road between Paris and Chambord for the next month.

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  • How much greater was that than a huge pile of stone like Chambord!

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  • They were to stay a fortnight at Chambord and to spend the rest of the winter in Paris.

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British Dictionary definitions for Chambord

Chambord

/French ʃɑ̃bɔr/
noun
1.
a village in N central France: site of a famous Renaissance chateau
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