St.-Eustache

[ French san-tœs-tash ]

noun
  1. a town in S Quebec, in E Canada.

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How to use St.-Eustache in a sentence

  • No reader of this book who cares for solemn music should fail to ascertain the St. Eustache festivals.

    A Wanderer in Paris | E. V. Lucas
  • But Francois thought only of the young men in their common grave at St. Eustache.

  • The interior of St. Eustache is decorated with some good pictures, and there is a charming statue of the Virgin and child.

    Peregrine in France | William Bromet
  • St. Eustache was the accepted suitor of Marie, and lodged, as well as took his meals, at the pension.

  • Should there be nothing wrong here, however, we will dismiss St. Eustache from our investigations.