Lunéville

[ ly-ney-veel ]

noun
  1. a city in NE France, W of Strasbourg: treaty between France and Austria 1801.

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How to use Lunéville in a sentence

  • At daybreak I dressed myself, hastened out of the barracks, and set off for Luneville, which was fifteen miles distant.

    Valerie | Frederick Marryat
  • When we arrived at Luneville, we met with much opposition from my grandfather, but my grandmother was resolute.

    Valerie | Frederick Marryat
  • She put me to bed, and the next morning set off for Luneville, and acquainted my grandmother with the circumstances.

    Valerie | Frederick Marryat
  • We passed through Luneville on our road to Paris, and I saw my dear grandmother for the last time.

    Valerie | Frederick Marryat
  • It is the same for a young lady to have been some time at Madame Strumle's as for a young gentlemen to have been at Luneville.

British Dictionary definitions for Lunéville

Lunéville

/ (French lynevil) /


noun
  1. a city in NE France: scene of the signing of the Peace of Lunéville between France and Austria (1801). Pop: 20 200 (1999)

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