Fontainebleau









Fontainebleau


Fontainebleau [fon-tin-bloh; French fawn-ten-bloh] Examples noun

  1. a town in N France, SE of Paris: famous palace, long a favorite residence of French kings; extensive forest.

Examples from the Web for fontainebleau Contemporary Examples of fontainebleau

  • Plus, VIEW OUR GALLERY of the Fontainebleau through the years.

    The Murder Mystery Rocking Miami

    Gerald Posner

    February 2, 2010

  • Novack’s Batman collection, the largest in private hands, was started by Ben Sr. when he owned the Fontainebleau.

    The Murder Mystery Rocking Miami

    Gerald Posner

    February 2, 2010

  • Plus, VIEW OUR GALLERY of The Fontainebleau through the years.

    The Murder Mystery Rocking Miami

    Gerald Posner

    February 2, 2010

  • Historical Examples of fontainebleau

  • The train was moving out of a station labelled Fontainebleau.

    The Incomplete Amorist

    E. Nesbit

  • A fox-hunt in the Forest of Fontainebleau was the occasion of their first meeting.

    Lippincott’s Magazine, Vol. 20, August 1877

    Various

  • She was now a grande marquise in the Forest of Fontainebleau.

    Blazed Trail Stories

    Stewart Edward White

  • Or does she care first to hear the trifle of news which I brought from Fontainebleau?

    The False Chevalier

    William Douw Lighthall

  • Madame de Verneuil is at Fontainebleau; the Queen is unwell.

    In Kings’ Byways

    Stanley J. Weyman

  • British Dictionary definitions for fontainebleau Fontainebleau noun

    1. a town in N France, in the Forest of Fontainebleau: famous for its palace (now a museum), one of the largest royal residences in France, built largely by Francis I (16th century). Pop: 15 942 (1999)

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