Definition of Capital of France
1. Noun. The capital and largest city of France; and international center of culture and commerce.
Terms within: Bastille, Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Louvre Museum, Paris University, Sorbonne, University Of Paris, Tuileries, Tuileries Gardens, Tuileries, Tuileries Palace, Latin Quarter, Left Bank, Montmartre, Clichy, Clichy-la-garenne, Orly, Right Bank, Ile-st-louis, Champs Elysees
Generic synonyms: National Capital
Group relationships: France, French Republic
Member holonyms: Parisian, Parisienne
Derivative terms: Parisian
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Literary usage of Capital of France
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1. "Marse Henry": An Autobiography by Henry Watterson (1919)
"The years betwixt Agincourt and Waterloo were not more delightfully tragic than the years between Serajevo and Senlis. The gay capital of France remains ..."