/ (French sɛ̃klu) /

nounusually abbreviated to: St-Cloud
  1. a residential suburb of Paris: former royal palace; Sèvres porcelain factory. Pop: 28 157 (1999)

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How to use Saint-Cloud in a sentence

  • Soult then retired to his country estate at Villeneuve-l'tang, near Saint Cloud.

    Napoleon's Marshals | R. P. Dunn-Pattison
  • It was eleven o'clock when the royal family descended at the gate of the Chteau Saint-Cloud.

  • He returned to Saint-Cloud that night, when all was lost, and said to me: 'I came near being killed at four o'clock.

  • We have to give this plain-clothes man the slip and get aboard the Saint Cloud before they have time to think.

    Nedra | George Barr McCutcheon
  • Mr. Ridgeway lost no time in paying the driver and getting her on board the Saint Cloud.

    Nedra | George Barr McCutcheon