a palace in Paris: the official residence of the president of France.
Usually the Elysée . the French government.
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How to use Elysée in a sentence
You must not tell the magistrates of what you saw and heard in the garden of the Elysee,—neither to them nor to anybody.The Mystery of the Yellow Room | Gaston Leroux
The Empress took the solemn oath at the palace of the Elysee, in presence of the princes, great dignitaries, and ministers.
One of the double doors of the entrance to the Elysee was closed; two soldiers of the line were on guard.The Memoirs of Victor Hugo | Victor Hugo
Called to the Elysee the same morning, Garain had accepted the task of forming a cabinet.The Red Lily, Complete | Anatole France
We have left the museum and are on the road leading to Cairo, the Champs Elysee of this capital city.My Trip Around the World | Eleonora Hunt
British Dictionary definitions for Elysée
a palace in Paris, in the Champs Elysées: official residence of the president of France
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