Chaleur Bay

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Cha·leur Bay

 (shə-lo͝or′, -lûr′)
An inlet of the Gulf of St. Lawrence between the Gaspé Peninsula and northern New Brunswick, Canada.
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Cha•leur′ Bay′

(ʃəˈlʊər, -ˈlɜr)
n.
an inlet of the Gulf of St. Lawrence between NE New Brunswick and SE Quebec, in SE Canada. ab. 85 mi. (135 km) long; 15–25 mi. (24–40 km) wide.
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