Montpelier

[ mont-peel-yer ]

noun
  1. a city in and the capital of Vermont, in the central part.

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How to use Montpelier in a sentence

  • Montpelier celebrated the victory with a public demonstration on the 9th of May, in which ten thousand persons participated.

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  • He was a young man from Montpelier, just beginning to practise, and very mysterious and technical and modern and unhelpful.

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  • Numerous people came to call at Montpelier Parade, and Kate was astonished to find that her aunt had so many friends.

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  • Therefore she agreed to receive him with not actually expressed hostility when he should call at Montpelier Place.

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British Dictionary definitions for Montpelier

Montpelier

/ (mɒntˈpiːljə) /


noun
  1. a city in N central Vermont, on the Winooski River: the state capital. Pop: 7945 (2003 est)

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