American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A town of southeast France on the Mediterranean coast of the French Riviera. It is a noted seaside resort. Population: 5,640.
“Half an hour away are the beaches of Fréjus, Saint-Raphaël and Saint Aygulf, while Saint-Tropez, Grasse, Cannes and the spectacular Gorge du Verdon are all about an hour's drive away.”
“Mr. Chirac, who has recently been seen cruising with his white poodle in a dark-blue limousine in central Paris and sipping piña coladas in the Mediterranean resort of Saint-Tropez, hasn't entirely retired from politics.”
“Our "Pearls of the Riviera" itinerary extended from Barcelona to Rome Civitavecchia--with stops in-between at Valencia, Palma de Majorca, Marseille, Saint-Tropez, Monaco, Portofino, Livorno, Amalfi, and Sorrento.”
““When I made the song, I had dancing in Saint-Tropez in mind,” the Countess told PEOPLE when the song first hit the Web.”
“Mr. Chirac was seen in good shape this summer, sipping piña coladas in Saint-Tropez or eating mussels with a beer in Brittany.”
“As usual, Donovan showed up for the landing, wading ashore at the beach near Saint-Tropez.”
“It's Saint-Tropez meets [New York City's] Le Poisson Rouge, but that's not to say we're popping off and going crazy.”
“As early as 1911, the painting "Le Port de Saint-Tropez" shows the rigorous compositions of golden interiors framing an open window of a cerulean sea.”
“Robert is, somewhat unnervingly, thinking this, as his mother and father sit in the front of the car, parodying the gruesome vulgarians with whom they have just had lunch in Saint-Tropez "world-famous joke of a town", as his father has it.”
“There was a need to send a message of solidarity," said Jean-Michel Couve, a UMP lawmaker and former mayor of the Mediterranean resort town of Saint-Tropez.”
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