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Gatineau

[ gat-n-oh; French ga-tee-noh ]
/ ˈgæt nˌoʊ; French ga tiˈnoʊ /
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noun
a city in S Quebec, in E Canada, near Hull.
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How to use Gatineau in a sentence

  • At 217 miles from its confluence with the Ottawa the Gatineau is still 1000 feet in width.

    Greater Britain|Charles Wentworth Dilke
  • Gatineau the miller, and Baby the keeper of the bridge, gave their own reasons for the renewed progress of the Lavilettes.

  • The Gatineau is passed, winding in on the right through dense forests.

  • The Gatineau River also flows in at Ottawa, being of great volume, over four hundred miles long, and a prolific timber producer.

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