[ mont-kahm; French mawn-kalm ]
/ mɒntˈkɑm; French mɔ̃ˈkalm /
Louis Jo·seph [lwee zhaw-zef], /lwi ʒɔˈzɛf/, 1712–59, French general in Canada.
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How to use Montcalm in a sentence
Montcalm bravely and vainly tried to stop this, crying: "Kill me, but spare the English who are under my protection."
The historian of 'Montcalm and Wolfe' has a clear title to immortality.
The buildings, too, are commonplace; and the monument to Wolfe and Montcalm is a very insignificant affair.
That busy Frenchman, Montcalm, will send his spies into our very camp, but he will know what road we travel!
British Dictionary definitions for Montcalm
/ (mɒntˈkɑːm, French mɔ̃kalm) /
Louis Joseph (lwi ʒozɛf), Marquis de Montcalm de Saint-Véran. 1712–59, French general in Canada (1756); killed in Quebec by British forces under General Wolfe
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