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Toul

[tool] /tul/
noun
1.
a fortress town in NE France, on the Moselle: siege 1870. 16,832.
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  • Farther northwest are Verdun and Toul, with our American boys.

  • He began with the conquest of the three bishoprics of Toul, Baden, and Metz.

  • I came one bitter night in February into the crowded, dirty station at Toul.

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  • In Toul his successor told me of his unfailing resourcefulness and cheer.

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  • The three bishoprics referred to are Metz, Toul, and Verdun.

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  • And Renard of Toul cried, "Forward, cavaliers; now is the time to die!"

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  • But there was no one to be found in all of Toul who even hinted of luck.

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  • "There are no Germans nearer than Toul or Besanon," he said, with a puzzled anxiety.

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  • It was in this Toul sector on March 11th that my brother Archie was severely wounded.

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  • The next point in the line to which we went was the Toul sector.

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British Dictionary definitions for Toul

Toul

/tuːl/
noun
1.
a town in NE France: a leading episcopal see in the Middle Ages. Pop: 16 945 (1999)
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