Melun

[ muh-lœn ]

noun
  1. a city in and the capital of Seine-et-Marne, in N France.

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How to use Melun in a sentence

  • The justice of the peace became president of the court at Melun, after the marriage of the young lady with Savinien.

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  • She was being brought up at ——— near Melun, where her father had a chteau standing in the midst of a magnificent park.

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  • But still desertions continued, from the great counts of Blois and of Melun down to the humblest.

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  • So he retired to Melun, about thirty miles from Paris, and set up for a teacher and lecturer on philosophy.

  • N Easter week, Jeanne, at the head of a band of mercenaries, is before the walls of Melun.