a suburb of Paris, in N France: treaty of peace (1919) between the Allies and Bulgaria. 66,095.
- Also called Neuil·ly-sur-Seine [nœ-yee-syr-sen]. /nœ yi sürˈsɛn/.
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How to use Neuilly in a sentence
Sarkozy, then mayor of Neuilly-sur-Seine, had performed their wedding.
The way our splendid Ambulance at Neuilly was absorbed by the army is a story of Prussianism pure and simple.Paris Vistas | Helen Davenport Gibbons
Once Drouet took Whistler to the fair at Neuilly, made him ride in a merry-go-round.The Life of James McNeill Whistler | Elizabeth Robins Pennell
Those who were waiting his arrival at Neuilly heard the wheels approach—heard them suddenly recede.
Our American ambulances from Neuilly were already arriving—the pompiers came later—and the police lines were being drawn.The Book of Susan | Lee Wilson Dodd
She was taken to the comfortable little Red Cross hospital for civilians at Neuilly and put to bed.The Book of Susan | Lee Wilson Dodd