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Le Havre

[luh hah-vruh, -ver; French luh a-vruh] /lə ˈhɑ vrə, -vər; French lə ˈa vrə/
noun
1.
a seaport in N France, at the mouth of the Seine.
Also called Havre.
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  • As soon as it was light we could see the harbor of Le Havre.

    The Emma Gees

    Herbert Wes McBride
  • But surely Buckingham does not occupy the whole of Le Havre?

    Ten Years Later Alexandre Dumas, Pere
  • Then, on the 25th, they received orders to retire to Le Havre.

    The War in the Air; Vol. 1 Walter Raleigh.
  • All operations will fan out north, south, and east from Le Havre.

  • He did not get a "Blighty" after all, but was sent to our base hospital at Le Havre.

    Into the Jaws of Death

    Jack O'Brien
  • Acting on your instructions, your brother dashed off by motor to Le Havre to reach the bank before four o'clock.

  • Two or three friends will accompany me, and my intention was to start for Brest or Le Havre to-night.

    Petticoat Rule Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy
British Dictionary definitions for Le Havre

Le Havre

/lə ˈhɑːvrə; French lə ɑvrə/
noun
1.
a port in N France, on the English Channel at the mouth of the River Seine: transatlantic trade; oil refining. Pop: 190 905 (1999)
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