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Longueuil

[ lawng-geyl, long-; French lawn-gœ-yuh ]
/ lɔŋˈgeɪl, lɒŋ-; French lɔ̃ˈgœ yə /
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noun
a city in S Quebec, in E Canada, across from Montreal, on the St. Lawrence.
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How to use Longueuil in a sentence

  • He was most courteously received by Baron de Longueuil, then vice governor, but daily expecting his promotion from France.

  • He was succeeded as administrator by the Baron of Longueuil.

  • Allen readily fell in with it, and, making haste back to Longueuil, obtained a few boats and collected about thirty recruits.

    Vermont|Rowland E. Robinson
  • He married one of them and calls himself Baron de Longueuil.

    The False Chevalier|William Douw Lighthall

British Dictionary definitions for Longueuil

Longueuil
/ (lɒŋˈɡeɪl, French lɔ̃ɡœj) /

noun
a city in SE Canada, in S Quebec: a suburb of Montreal. Pop: 128 016 (2001)
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