[ kaw-rez ]
/ kɔˈrɛz /
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a department in central France. 2,273 sq. mi. (5,885 sq. km). Capital: Tulle.
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How to use Corrèze in a sentence
We had already left behind us the wildest part of the department of the Correze.
He, too, came from the department of La Correze, and had quarrelled for life with Monferrand after some unknown underhand affairs.
Formerly mayor of the town of Tulle, he came from La Correze, where he owned a large estate.
These hills, desolate of aspect, belong to the neighboring domain and are in the department of the Correze.
The rector saw for himself that the streams which watered certain parts of upper Montegnac came from the mountains of the Correze.
British Dictionary definitions for Corrèze
/ (French kɔrɛz) /
a department of central France, in Limousin region. Capital: Tulle. Pop: 234 144 (2003 est). Area: 5888 sq km (2296 sq miles)
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