Cantigny


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Can·ti·gny

 (käN-tē-nyē′)
A village of northern France south of Amiens. It was the site of the first US offensive (May 1918) in World War I.

Can•ti•gny

(kɑ̃ tiˈnyi)

n.
a village in N France, S of Amiens: first major battle of U.S. forces in World War I, May 1918.
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