/ (kæˈmɑːɡ) /

  1. la Camargue (la) a delta region in S France, between the channels of the Grand and Petit Rhône: cattle, esp bulls for the Spanish bullrings, and horses are reared

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How to use Camargue in a sentence

  • From here the fisherman ferries her over the broad Rhone, and we accompany her over the Camargue, down to the sea.

    Frdric Mistral | Charles Alfred Downer
  • Here we learn of the belief in the three Maries, who have their church in the Camargue.

    Frdric Mistral | Charles Alfred Downer
  • Dans le train si lent traverser la Camargue je mimagine ces mornes remparts qui depuis sept sicles subsistent intacts.

    How France Built Her Cathedrals | Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly
  • For ordinarily it is death to venture there, save on horseback, and armed with the trident of Camargue.

    The White Plumes of Navarre | Samuel Rutherford Crockett
  • Where the Rhone enters the Mediterranean, there are some 40,000 acres of sandy and clayey land called the Camargue.

    The Romance of Plant Life | G. F. Scott Elliot