- a village in central France: known for its wines.
Also called Pouil·ly-sur-Loire [poo-yee-syr-lwar] /pu yi sürˈlwar/.
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They left the road and took up their position upon a plateau, near the village of Pouilly, about three miles from Dijon.The Young Franc Tireurs
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The cement of Pouilly is prepared from a Jurassic (secondary) limestone, which contains 39 per cent.