a seaport in NW France, on the English Channel: resort.

Also called Trou·ville-sur-Mer [troo-veel-syr-mer] /tru vil sürˈmɛr/. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for trouville

Historical Examples of trouville

  • Go to Trouville or Dinard, or some place where there's plenty of life.

    The Avenger

    E. Phillips Oppenheim

  • On the beach at Trouville with Lady Dolly skipping before him in the sea.

    The Man Who Lost Himself

    H. De Vere Stacpoole

  • Only to say good-morning, because I am going to spend the day at Trouville with some friends.

    Pierre and Jean

    Guy de Maupassant

  • He drew the fashionable world of 1868, crowding the beach of Trouville.

    Rambles in Normandy

    Francis Miltoun

  • Trouville is also the scene of another of Dumass little-known tales, Pauline.

    Rambles in Normandy

    Francis Miltoun