[ pik-er-dee ]
/ ˈpɪk ər di /
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a region in N France: formerly a province.
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Words nearby Picardy
picadillo, picador, picante, picara, Picard, Picardy, Picardy third, picaresque, picaro, picaroon, Picasso
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How to use Picardy in a sentence
Whole fleets of boats with illicit cargoes had been passing and repassing between Kent and Picardy.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
It is unfortunately a long way to Picardy, and I have not dared to venture on such a ride.
It is a noticeable fact that Picardy (Arras and Noyon) furnished both these instruments of reformation!
Three centuries earlier a monk of Picardy drove the whole West upon the East.
Tallemant des Reaux is in error when he states that they came originally from Picardy.
British Dictionary definitions for Picardy
/ (ˈpɪkədɪ) /
a region of N France: mostly low-lying; scene of heavy fighting in World War IFrench name: Picardie (pikardi)
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