from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A mounted sentinel stationed in advance of an outpost.
- n. A small scouting boat used to observe and report on an opposing naval force.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A sentinel, usually on horseback, stationed on the outpost of an army, to watch an enemy and give notice of danger.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A sentinel, usually on horseback, stationed on the outpost of an army, to watch an enemy and give notice of danger; a vidette.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A sentinel on horseback stationed at some outpost or on an elevation to watch an enemy and give notice of danger.
"vedette" of about 53,000 cubic feet displacement was built.
A lightly chastened Ghomeshi, thus reminded of who was actually the vedette of the interview, re-calibrated his focus.
Public transport, such as the bus linking St Briac to St Malo (illenoo-services.fr), or the vedette (boat) taking you to St Malo every half-hour (vedettes-saint-malo.com), are reliable and cheap.
Français · Colombie: Hiperbarrio, projet de jeunes Colombiens, en vedette sur Periodismo Ciudadano
It also has telenovella queen Verónica Castro, former vedette Olga Breeskin and Manuel "Loco" Valdés.
After four or five meals (lunch/dinner/lunch/dinner -- and again lunch!) with the mussels en vedette* I must admit to breaking down and begging the child within to let me spring for a pricey island pizza -- you know, one with the works!
A vedette of Black Hussars leads the patrol into Gallian territory.
Tu es une vedette qui merite bien une place sur la tele francaise !
Mary Walsh est devenue une vedette de la CBC et est retournée, à 52 ans, vivre à St. John's, dans une grande maison de bois au fond d'une cour ombragée.
After four or five meals lunch/dinner/lunch/dinner--and again lunch! with the mussels en vedette* I must admit to breaking down and begging the child within to let me spring for a pricey island pizza -- you know, one with the works!
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