St. Helier

[ seynt hel-yer; French sante-lyey ]

  1. a seaport on the island of Jersey in the English Channel.

Words Nearby St. Helier Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use St. Helier in a sentence

  • We had best make round to the south of the island, and lay to there till we can pick up a pilot to take us into St. Helier.

    Among Malay Pirates | G. A. Henty
  • Rullecourt landed to the east of St. Helier during the night of January 5, and took the town by a sudden assault.

    The Channel Islands | Joseph Morris
  • St. Helier possesses yet other claims to historical distinction, in the mystery of James de la Cloche.

    The Channel Islands | Joseph Morris
  • It is lucky that these lie mostly on the north coast, which is well out of reach of St. Helier.

    The Channel Islands | Joseph Morris
  • In 1583 a rather curious point of law was raised in connection with a pending witch-trial at St. Helier's.