OTHER WORDS FROM MartiniqueMar·ti·ni·can [mahr-tn-ee-kuhn], /ˌmɑr tnˈi kən/, noun
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How to use Martinique in a sentence
He had large ideas, which probably included not merely the conquest of Martinique and Havana, but also an attack on Louisiana.The Political History of England - Vol. X.|William Hunt
There was one fact about Martinique which was worth more to me than all the data put together.
My good Elise had darned the stockings of the Governor of Martinique, and many a time she had darned mine!
But these natives of Martinique were altogether different from the blacks of St. Thomas.
Wasnt that enough to establish a lasting bond of interest between Martinique and the wanderer from the North?