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Languedoc

[ lahng-dawk ]

noun

  1. a former province in S France. : Toulouse.


Languedoc

/ lɑ̃ɡdɔk /

noun

  1. a former province of S France, lying between the foothills of the Pyrenees and the River Rhône: formed around the countship of Toulouse in the 13th century; important production of bulk wines
  2. a wine from this region


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Other Words From

  • Langue·do·cian [lang-, doh, -sh, uh, n, lang-gw, uh, -, doh, -sh, uh, n], adjective noun

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Example Sentences

"Bretagne, Languedoc, in fact the whole kingdom is in league to deal us a mortal blow," said the cardinal.

"Pardon," replied Zeyneb, looking about unflinchingly, and speaking very good Languedoc.

In Languedoc, as I understood, they have no barns whatever, and therefore this practice is universal.

I once saw one in Languedoc, which was fed in the house, and went about every where without doing any mischief.

It was amongst the nobles of Languedoc that the Albigenses found their principal support.

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