[ vil-uhm-staht ]
/ ˈvɪl əmˌstɑt /
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a seaport on the island of Curaçao, in the S West Indies: capital of the Netherlands Antilles.
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How to use Willemstad in a sentence
They accordingly hired one of the public landaus of Willemstad and told the driver to show them the places of interest.
Not until the landau was well on its way to Willemstad did Roddy deem it wise to make a certain inquiry.
From the palace yard in distant Willemstad there drifted toward them the boom of the morning gun.
Roddy impatiently waited until a quarter of an hour had passed, then galloped to Willemstad.
Inez gave him the address of a fellow-exile from Venezuela, living in Willemstad, who was in secret communication with Pedro.
British Dictionary definitions for Willemstad
/ (Dutch ˈwɪləmstɑt) /
the capital of the Netherlands Antilles, a port on the SW coast of Curaçao: important for refining Venezuelan oil. Pop: 137 000 (2005 est)
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