[ doo sah-bluh, sahb, dyoo; French dy-sah-bluh ]
/ du ˈsɑ blə, ˈsɑb, dyu; French dü ˈsɑ blə /
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Jean Bap·tiste Pointe [zhahnba-teestpwant], /ʒɑ̃ baˈtist pwɛ̃t/, 1745?–1818, U.S. pioneer trader, born in Haiti: early settler of Chicago.
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Words nearby Du Sable
Duruflé, durum, durum wheat, Duryea, durzi, Du Sable, Duse, Dushanbe, dusk, dusky, dusky grouse
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How to use Du Sable in a sentence
To-day Pont du Sable goes to bed without even turning the key in the lock.
Despatch-bearers gallop at all hours of the day and night through Pont du Sable's single street.
It is not wise to raise one's voice in so small a village as Pont du Sable, even indoors.
One of them might be Suzette's sweetheart, hailing from her own village, the manœuvres at Pont du Sable a lucky meeting for them.
The bay of Pont du Sable, which the incoming tide had so swiftly filled at daylight, now lay a naked waste of oozing black mud.