[ French lavey-rahn-dree ]
/ French la veɪ rɑ̃ˈdri /
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Pierre Gaul·tier de Va·renne [French pyergoh-tyeyduhva-ren], /French pyɛr goʊˈtyeɪ də vaˈrɛn/, Sieur de, 1685–1749, Canadian explorer of North America.
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How to use La Vérendrye in a sentence
Hereabout the Sieur de la Verendrye had crossed on his own journey of exploration two generations earlier.The Magnificent Adventure|Emerson Hough
I saw him as La Verendrye must have seen him—busy only at the divine business of being a giant.The River and I|John G. Neihardt
La Verendrye admired the military regularity of the savages on the march.
La Verendrye was more eager to reach the Western Sea than he was to trade.
In 1737 La Verendrye made once more the long journey to Montreal.