an island in the S Windward Islands, in the SE West Indies: part of the state of St. Vincent and the Grenadines; a member of the former West Indies Associated States. 133 sq. mi. (345 sq. km).
a former British colony comprising this island and the N Grenadines.
Cape, the SW tip of Portugal: naval battle 1797.
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How to use St. Vincent in a sentence
St. Vincent, make no mistake, is as fallen as the rest of us.
Her striking new, vinyl-only single once again confirms St. Vincent's idiosyncratic talent.
Before St. Vincent, Melfi had only produced a handful of shorts.Meet Vincent McKenna, Your New Favorite Bill Murray Character | Alex Suskind | September 6, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
In St. Vincent, the actor plays a foulmouthed, alcoholic chain smoker with no regard for anyone but himself.Meet Vincent McKenna, Your New Favorite Bill Murray Character | Alex Suskind | September 6, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
He was taken critically ill ill on a trip to New York, was hospitalized at St Vincent's, before being flown home to Miami.
In 1800 he was relieved by St Vincent, and retired from active duty after fifty-nine years' service.
This serf, who belonged to the abbey of St. Vincent, a fief of the bishopric, was named Thiegaud.The Pilgrim's Shell or Fergan the Quarryman | Eugne Sue
Doubtless they were beaten ships, but other beaten ships have escaped in general actions—did at St. Vincent.
St. Vincent immediately made him a commander into the vacancy caused by the death of Captain Bowen, who had fallen in the assault.
"Every moment I have to regret the frigates having left me," he tells St. Vincent.