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[French ter-bawn] /French tɛrˈbɔn/
a town in S Quebec, in E Canada, near Montreal. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • It chanced to be noon of the day following, when he glided up the sunny Terrebonne towards the parish seat.

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  • She heard of the death of a relative down in Terrebonne somewhere.

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  • The sheriff from New Orleans has taken possession—Terrebonne is in the hands of the law.

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  • Dis yer prop'ty to be sold—old Terrebonne—whar we all been raised, is gwine—dey's gwine to tak it away—can't stop here no how.

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  • Then I shall never leave Terrebonne—the drink, nurse; the drink; that I may never leave my home—my dear, dear home.

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