[ mik-uh-lon; French meekuh-lawn ]
/ ˌmɪk əˈlɒn; French mikəˈlɔ̃ /
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How to use Miquelon in a sentence
The other was to run sixty miles or so northeast to St. Pierre, Miquelon, and buy bait.The Harbor of Doubt|Frank Williams
"He wrote me a letter from St. Pierre Miquelon," she announced, crisply.Cape Breton Tales|Harry James Smith
Miquelon and St Pierre to be restored, and may be fortified.
On the road which the Englishman took, Miquelon is the nearest village, not two leagues from here.The Scarlet Pimpernel|Baroness Orczy
His father was supposed to be a huge black and white Newfoundland that came over in a schooner from Miquelon.The Ruling Passion|Henry van Dyke
British Dictionary definitions for Miquelon
/ (ˈmiːkəˌlɒn, French miklɔ̃) /
a group of islands in the French territory of Saint Pierre and Miquelon
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