Definition of Pavillon

1. the bell of a wind instrument [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pavillon

pavesades
pavex
paviage
paviages
pavid
pavidities
pavidity
paviiv
pavilion
pavilioned
pavilioning
pavilionlike
pavilions
pavillion
pavillions
pavillon (current term)
pavillons
pavin
paving
paving machine
paving material
paving stone
pavings
pavins
pavior
paviors
paviour
paviours
pavis
pavisade

Literary usage of Pavillon

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1. Proceedings by International Congress of Americanists (1875)
"... mais ce n'est que dans le but de vérifier si les soupçons dont Colomb a été l'objet sont fondés, et de maintenir la souveraineté du pavillon portugais ..."

2. Port Royal: A Contribution to the History of Religion and Literature in France by Charles Beard (1861)
"pavillon knew only too well the character of the penitent with whom he had to deal; for the south-west provinces of France had been the head-quarters of the ..."

3. Report of the ... Conference by International Law Association Conference (1894)
"Or si on en sacrifie une, que devient le principe de la loi du pavillon ? ... Mais dans le cas qui nous occupe, la loi du pavillon ne peut s'appliquer, ..."

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