/ (sudɑ̃) /

  1. the French name for the Sudan

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How to use Soudan in a sentence

  • “Things will be filthier than in the time of Mubarak,” said Mohamed Soudan, another brotherhood official.

    The Crackdown Begins | Mike Giglio | July 4, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • They have founded powerful states, and are considered as the true civilizers of the Soudan, where they have introduced Islamism.

    The Desert World | Arthur Mangin
  • They have neither the pronounced tint nor the broad flat nose of the blacks of Guinea and the Soudan.

    The Desert World | Arthur Mangin
  • As regards this point, it is especially the African languages of the Soudan that offer a typical field for linguistic study.

  • This success fully established the power and reputation of Zebehr, who became the real dictator of the Soudan south of Khartoum.

    The Life of Gordon, Volume I | Demetrius Charles Boulger
  • The financial position of the Egyptian Government in the Soudan was as bad as the military and political.

    The Life of Gordon, Volume I | Demetrius Charles Boulger