Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A town of southern Quebec, Canada, a suburb of Montreal east of the St. Lawrence River. Population: 79,000.

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Examples

  • Lay on the dogs, in the name of the holy Saint Hubert! —

    Quentin Durward

  • In a small niche over the arched doorway stood a stone image of Saint Hubert, with the bugle horn around his neck, and a leash of greyhounds at his feet.

    Quentin Durward

  • Saint Hubert, if I break not his pate with my cross-bow, may I never cast off hound more!

    Waverley

  • “When Isaac returns successful through your mediation,” said the Outlaw, “I swear by Saint Hubert, I will see that he pays thee the money in good silver, or I will reckon with him for it in such sort, he had better have paid twenty such sums.”

    Ivanhoe

  • “By Saint Hubert,” said the Minstrel, “but it is a wondrous tale, and fit to be put in metre to the ancient tune, Sorrow came to the old Friar.”

    Ivanhoe

  • She held them out as she spoke, and Saint Hubert gave in without opposition.

    The Sheik

  • "He is not an Arab," replied Saint Hubert with sudden, impatient vehemence.

    The Sheik

  • Saint Hubert had advised him to be careful for some weeks yet.

    The Sheik

  • His mood, since the coming of Saint Hubert, had been of the coldest -- almost repellant.

    The Sheik

  • One inquiry only she permitted herself: "The family of Saint Hubert, are they of the old or the new _noblesse?"

    The Sheik

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