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/. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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Historical Examples of neuilly

  • Once a week they now met at Montmartre, as they had formerly done at Neuilly.

  • During the entire month of April Maurice was on duty in the neighborhood of Neuilly.

    The Downfall

    Emile Zola

  • At that moment, they were leaving Paris by the Porte de Neuilly.

    The Blonde Lady

    Maurice Leblanc

  • Folenfant is waiting for me at the end of the Avenue de Neuilly.

    The Blonde Lady

    Maurice Leblanc

  • Lady Beltham was reclining on a sofa in the great hall of her house at Neuilly.


    Pierre Souvestre