[ ey-vrœ ]
/ eɪˈvrœ /
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A historic town of northern France, WNW of Paris.
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How to use Évreux in a sentence
Monstrelet relates that the bailiff of Evreux, sallying out without his greaves, had his leg badly broken by the kick of a horse.Armour in England|J. Starkie Gardner
Lefebre took the Neubourg road so as to avoid Evreux and Louviers.The House of the Combrays|G. le Notre
Meanwhile, however, the French were besieging the fortresses of the county of Evreux.The History of England|T.F. Tout
Nearly 150 years ago, the Count of Evreux built it for his aristocratic city residence.
St Taurin is a somewhat dilapidated and cob-webby church, but it is certainly one of the interesting features of Evreux.Normandy, Complete|Gordon Home
British Dictionary definitions for Évreux
/ (French evrø) /
an industrial town in NW France: severely damaged in World War II; cathedral (12th–16th centuries). Pop: 51 198 (1999)
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