Latin Quarter


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Latin Quarter

A section of Paris on the southern bank of the Seine River. Centered around the Sorbonne, it has attracted students for many centuries.

Latin Quarter

n
(Placename) an area of Paris, on the S bank of the River Seine: contains the city's main educational establishments; centre for students and artists

Lat′in Quar`ter


n.
the quarter of Paris on the south side of the Seine, frequented for centuries by students, writers, and artists.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Latin Quarter - the region of Paris on the southern bank of the SeineLatin Quarter - the region of Paris on the southern bank of the Seine; a center of artistic and student life
capital of France, City of Light, French capital, Paris - the capital and largest city of France; and international center of culture and commerce
Quai d'Orsay - the street in Paris along the south bank of the Seine known for its governmental ministries
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Latin Quarter

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Similarly with absinthe, grisettes, the Latin Quarter, and so on.
I will NOT allow my wife to be seen again in the Latin Quarter.
I sorrow for the vagabond student of the Latin Quarter now, even more than formerly I envied him.
It may be a cabaret in the Latin Quarter, a cafe in some obscure Italian village, a boozing ken in sailor-town, and it may be up at the club over Scotch and soda; but always it will be where John Barleycorn makes fellowship that I get immediately in touch, and meet, and know.
I've met him in the Latin Quarter in Paris, and I've met him in pensions in Berlin and Munich.
My father found lodgings for me with some quiet, middle-class people in the Latin Quarter, and my room was furnished nicely enough; but this first taste of independence, my father's kindness, and the self- denial which he seemed to be exercising for me, brought me but little happiness.
Dutocq had succeeded Monsieur Poiret the elder, who had retired in 1814, and now lived in the pension Vanquer in the Latin quarter.
The libretto is based on Henri Murger's novel, Scanes de la vie de bohame, a collection of vignettes portraying young bohemians living in the Latin Quarter of Paris in the 1840s.
PARIS -- Situated in the Latin Quarter of the French capital, the Pantheon is a location where the remains of 79 French greats rest in peace.
HENRY de BROMHEAD said: "Noel (Fehily) did exactly the opposite to what we had planned but, win, lose or draw, he did the right thing," after watching Three Wise Men make all to beat Bamako Moriviere in the Latin Quarter Beginners Chase.
Works concession: Concession of works for the renovation of a building intended for higher education and research in the Latin Quarter in Paris (75).
Customers at a bistro in the city's trendy Latin Quarter can't get enough of the epic "Mac Croque of Scotland" sandwich.