Definition of Phare

1. n. A beacon tower; a lighthouse.



Definition of Phare

1. Noun. beacon ¹

2. Noun. lighthouse ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Phare

1. a lighthouse [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phare

phantomise
phantomlike
phantoms
phantomwise
phantomy
phantosmia
phantosmias
pharaoh
pharaoh's ant
pharaoh ant
pharaoh ants
pharaohs
pharaonic
pharaonically
pharate
phare (current term)
phares
pharisaic
pharisaical
pharisaically
pharisaicalness
pharisaism
pharisaisms
pharisean
phariseeism
phariseeisms
pharisees
pharm
pharma
pharmacal

Literary usage of Phare

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1. European Community by Oecd (1998)
"Assistance to CEECs/NIS Origin and scope of the phare and Tads programmes To support the countries of the former communist bloc in transition to democracy ..."

2. The Light which Cannot Fail: True Stories of Heroic Blind Men and Women and by Winifred Holt (1922)
"The pupils of the phare were out for a Christmas celebration. They scrubbed the boards of the stage; they nailed and hammered and sawed. ..."

3. Key Issues for Transport Beyond 2000: Introductory Reports and Summary of by (Paris) European Conference of Ministers, Ecmt (2002)
"phare provides know-how from a wide range of noncommercial, public and private organisations to its partner countries. It acts as a powerful catalyst by ..."

4. My Musical Life and Recollections by Jules Prudence Rivière (1893)
"... St. phare—The cholera of 1832—Leaving home—Engaged as cow-keeper—Returning home—First engagement in an orchestra—A singular trio. ..."

5. Reviews of National Policies for Educationby Centre for Co-operation with Non-members by Centre for Co-operation with Non-members (2001)
"These institutions have been deeply involved in the phare Multi-Country ... The national contact point for the phare programme is located at Tallinn ..."

6. Journal of the National Institute of Social Sciences by National Institute of Social Sciences (U.S.) (1920)
"Since then the phare de France was opened in Paris and four new branches ... At the phare de Bordeaux the men are principally busy with vocational work: the ..."

7. Journal of the National Institute of Social Sciences by National Institute of Social Sciences (U.S.) (1920)
"Since then the phare de France was opened in Paris and four new branches ... At the phare de Bordeaux the men are principally busy with vocational work: the ..."

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