noun, plural ly·cées [lee-seyz; French lee-sey] /liˈseɪz; French liˈseɪ/.
Origin of lycée
Examples from the Web for lycee
At the Lycee--or great school--the boys are just coming out.The Young Franc Tireurs|G. A. Henty
I was eighteen, and I had been for a long time looked upon at the lycee as a sly practical joker.
Five first prizes carried off in the five classes of the lycee.
Yes, and I had to sell my gilt-edged books from the Lycee Charlemagne in the days of distress.Serge Panine, Complete|Georges Ohnet
It was there that he recognized one evening his classmate of the Lycee, Arthur Papillon, seated at one of the political tables.A Romance of Youth, Complete|Francois Coppee