a village in central France: known for its wines.
- Also called Pouil·ly-sur-Loire [poo-yee-syr-lwar]. /pu yi sürˈlwar/.
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How to use Pouilly in a sentence
The cement of Pouilly is prepared from a Jurassic (secondary) limestone, which contains 39 per cent.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines | Andrew Ure
On their arrival at the farm of Pouilly-le-Fort, they could not repress a shout of admiration.Louis Pasteur | Ren Vallery-Radot
They left the road and took up their position upon a plateau, near the village of Pouilly, about three miles from Dijon.The Young Franc Tireurs | G. A. Henty
"We ask you only to keep your covenant," Monsieur Pouilly pronounced stiffly.The Great Prince Shan | E. Phillips Oppenheim
I was asked to give a public demonstration at Pouilly-le-Fort, near Melun, of the results already mentioned.