American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A mountain range of northeast France extending about 193 km (120 mi) parallel to the Rhine River. The mountains have rounded or nearly flat summits.
- n. a low mountain range in Eastern France
“For that eccentric breed of human being known as the antique-map enthusiast, the town of Saint-Dié-des-Vosges is sacred ground.”
“Which is why I'm glad to be in France at the moment, in a mountainous bit called the Vosges, where you can count on months of ice and snow.”
“And I love the chocolate made by Vosges, which is based in Chicago.”
“They have been bred up to the like, no doubt a mountain kite of the Vosges is a more congenial companion than a chevalier bien courtois. ”
“The fretted dulcimer resembles an elongated violin with a limited number of strings (usually three to five) … des Vosges, which is less box-like and more similar in shape to a violin.”
“[[Germany]] is called the Vosges, anciently called the Wasgen Forest of the Basques - this signifies their migration into the area after the [[Global flood | Flood]].”
“France and Germany is called the Vosges, anciently called the Wasgen Forest of the Basques - this signifies their migration into the area after the”
“You might also like to visit Place de Vosges and the Viaduc des Arts (especially if you want to do some shopping and have some money, otherwise just look in the shops and walk in garden on the top).”
“Don't miss Angelina's for heavenly hot chocolate, the Tuileries, Place des Vosges, boatride up Canal Saint Martin, stroll all around Ile St-Louis, Berthillon's for yummy ice cream and all the rest of the suggestions.”
“France, to take part in the Seventh Army drive to secure several passes in the Vosges Mountains.”
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