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[dawn-rey-mee-la-py-sel] /dɔ̃ reɪ mi la püˈsɛl/
a village in Lorraine, NE France, SW of Nancy: birthplace of Joan of Arc.
Also called Domrémy. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • domremy was sleeping, nor did it give thought of "the stranger within its gates."

    The Greater Love

    George T. McCarthy
  • She was born at domremy, in the northeast part of France, January 6, 1412.

  • I had known it long before; for Pere Fronte told me in domremy.

  • When Jeanne d'Arc was born life was hard and dangerous in domremy.

  • They also were pilgrims, drawn to domremy by the love of Jeanne d'Arc.

    The Valley of Vision Henry Van Dyke
  • From them it passed to the townspeople; from the townspeople to the country, and thence to domremy.

    Joan of Arc Lucy Foster Madison
  • My godfather Jean says that there have been no fairies at domremy for twenty or thirty years.

    Joan of Arc Lucy Foster Madison
  • She thought of the dear ones at domremy who would not, and sighed again.

    Joan of Arc Lucy Foster Madison
  • In the distance the bells of the church of domremy began their measured chimes.

  • Happy is the valley that begins at Vaucouleurs and ends at domremy!

British Dictionary definitions for domremy


/French dɔ̃remilapysɛl/
a village in NE France, in the Vosges: birthplace of Joan of Arc
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