a village in S England, in Hampshire: site of Palace House, seat of Lord Montagu and once the gatehouse of the ruined 13th-century abbey; the National Motor Museum is in its grounds. Pop: 809 (2001)
Furthermore if anything had by chance happened to beaulieu, Marcel wished to know it before starting north.
The Whelps of the Wolf George Marsh
Do you mean to begin all your horrible insinuations again, as you did at beaulieu?
Fantmas Pierre Souvestre
He roused the Shepherds of Stonehenge, the rangers of beaulieu.
The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Vol. 20, No. 580, Supplemental Number Various
You have, as I understand, much learning which you have acquired at beaulieu.
The White Company Arthur Conan Doyle
She took refuge with her son in the sanctuary of beaulieu, in Hampshire.
Female Warriors, Vol. I (of 2) Ellen C. Clayton
We landed near the bridge, and walked on to see beaulieu Abbey.
A Yacht Voyage Round England W.H.G. Kingston
She dressed herself prettily, and proposed to walk out after dinner with her brother to beaulieu.
Eve and David Honore de Balzac
King John founded the Abbey of beaulieu, which had a famous vineyard.
Nineteen Centuries of Drink in England Richard Valpy French
I am wondering whether it will not be necessary to let, or even to sell beaulieu.
Fantmas Pierre Souvestre
A third doctor has been in consultation—Doctor Bazin, from beaulieu.
Mademoiselle of Monte Carlo William Le Queux
Pierre Augustin Caron de [pyer oh-gy-stan ka-rawn duh] /pyɛr oʊ güˈstɛ̃ kaˈrɔ̃ də/ (Show IPA), 1732–99, French dramatist. Historical Examples There was something of that boy in Poquelin, the son of the fish-market; Beaumarchais had something of it. Les Misrables Victor Hugo De Vergennes set out his views, in agreement with Beaumarchais. Benjamin Franklin John […]
noun a resort in N Wales, on the island of Anglesey: 13th-century castle. Pop: 1513 (2001) Historical Examples Between Conway and beaumaris he was forced to walk great part of the way, and the Countess was carried in a litter. Coaching, with Anecdotes of the Road William Pitt Lennox We crossed over by the ferry […]
Francis, 1584–1616, English dramatist who collaborated with John Fletcher. William, 1785–1853, U.S. surgeon. a city in SE Texas. a male given name. Historical Examples The above is taken from Beaumont’s “Experiments on Digestion.” Health, Happiness, and Longevity Louis Philippe McCarty These Magyars, by the way, seem not to have been noticed by Mr. Beaumont. The […]
noun a town in E France, near Dijon: an important trading centre for Burgundy wines. Pop: 21 923 (1999) a wine produced in this district Historical Examples Many of the moulds in stone and plaster, for the ornaments which were used on the roofs and finials at beaune are preserved. Leadwork W. R. Lethaby A […]