Boulogne


Boulogne

Boulogne [boo-lohn, -loin, buh-; French boo-lawn-yuh] Examples noun

  1. a seaport in N France, on the English Channel.

Also called Bou·logne-sur-Mer [boo-lawn-yuh-syr-mer] /buˈlɔn yə sürˈmɛr/. Examples from the Web for boulogne Historical Examples of boulogne

  • M. Latouche Treville, who had commanded at Boulogne, commanded now at Toulon.

    The Life of Horatio Lord Nelson

    Robert Southey

  • They were part of the grande arme under orders for Boulogne.

    Tom Burke Of “Ours”, Volume I (of II)

    Charles James Lever

  • I start for town at once, and shall be at Boulogne to-morrow.

    Sir Brook Fossbrooke, Volume II.

    Charles James Lever

  • At this time the sees of St. Omer and Boulogne were founded.

    The Cathedrals of Northern France

    Francis Miltoun

  • The North Foreland was passed and a course shaped for Boulogne.

    The Shellback’s Progress

    Walter Runciman

  • British Dictionary definitions for boulogne Boulogne noun

    1. a port in N France, on the English Channel. Pop: 44 859 (1999)Official name: French Boulogne-sur-Mer (bulɔɲsyrmɛr)

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