a seaport in northwestern France, on the English Channel: popular tourist destination.
- Also called Trou·ville-sur-Mer [troo-veel-syr-mer]. /tru vil sürˈmɛr/.
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How to use Trouville in a sentence
Well, he would go over to Trouville to see the swarming crowd on the sands.
As the boat for Trouville did not start till nine, it struck the doctor that he must greet his mother before starting.
Only to say good morning, because I am going to spend the day at Trouville with some friends.
This journey to Trouville has brought the whole inner story of my life before me.Bouvard and Pcuchet, part 2 | Gustave Flaubert
How many times, on the beach at Trouville, had she conversed with gentlemen who wore even less upon their persons?The Pines of Lory | John Ames Mitchell