[ moh-bœzh ]
/ moʊˈbœʒ /
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a city in N France, on the Sambre River, near the Belgian border.
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Words nearby Maubeuge
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How to use Maubeuge in a sentence
But the victory of Maubeuge nearly cost him his head, as that of Handschtten had done for his predecessor.Napoleon's Marshals|R. P. Dunn-Pattison
The foreign soldiers met the French troops before a town called Maubeuge, and there a fierce battle was fought.Fifty-Two Story Talks To Boys And Girls|Howard J. Chidley
The dividing line of these two portions may be taken as a line running through Valenciennes and Maubeuge.
Through it passes a double line of railway coming from Maubeuge on its way to Brussels.
I (p. 064) selected the new line from Jerlain (south-east of Valenciennes) eastwards to Maubeuge.
British Dictionary definitions for Maubeuge
/ (French mobøʒ) /
an industrial town in N France, near the border with Belgium. Pop: 33 546 (1999)
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