La in a sentence

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Definition of La

  • A syllable applied to the sixth tone of the scale in music in solmization.
  • The tone A; -- so called among the French and Italians.
  • An exclamation of surprise; -- commonly followed by me; as, La me!
  • the syllable naming the sixth (submediant) note of a major or minor scale in solmization
  • a state in southern United States on the Gulf of Mexico; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War
  • a white soft metallic element that tarnishes readily; occurs in rare earth minerals and is usually classified as a rare earth

How to use la in a sentence. La pronunciation.

La ilaha illa-llah-There is no deity but God.
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Prosper Merimee, who knew Russian well, and was an absolute master of the French language, remarked:- "La langue russe, qui est, autant que j 'en puis juger, le plus riche des idiomes de l'Europe, semble faite pour exprimer les nuances les plus delicates.
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Douee d'une merveilleuse concision qui s'allie a la clarte, il lui suffit d'un mot pour associer plusieurs idees, qui, dans une autre langue, exigeralent des phrases entieres.
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Even Pushkin, the founder of Russian literature, the national poet, wrote in a letter to a friend, "Je vous parlerai la langue de l'Europe, elle m'est plus familiere.
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In reading that masterpiece "La Debacle," and every one who believes in war ought to read it, one feels that Zola must have learned something from Tolstoi.
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The following incident is given by "_The Presbyterian_," on the authority of a private letter from Paris: "At a Bible reunion, held at the house of an English Congregationalist minister, where several colporteurs, teachers and others meet for devotional reading and conversation, a brief anecdote was related by a clergyman living in La Force, who established there an institution for epileptics, where he has now three hundred, supported entirely on the principle of faith, like Muller's orphanage.
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I am entirely ignorant what motives prevented the prince from coming to Schoenbrunn, or the Emperor from visiting him; but, nevertheless, it is a fact, that, two or three days before his departure from Munich, his Majesty one morning attended a hunting-party, composed of several officers and myself; and that we stopped at a hunting-box called la Venerie on the road between Vienna and Bukusdorf, and on our arrival we found the Archduke Charles awaiting his Majesty, attended by a suite of only two persons.
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They directed their steps, following the course of the stream, towards the bridge of Jena, the work on which was being rapidly carried to completion, and reached the Place de la Revolution, where fifty or sixty persons collected with the intention of accompanying the two sovereigns; but as this seemed to annoy the Emperor, agents of the police caused them to disperse.
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The prince occupied the former Hotel de la Montesson in the rue de la Chaussee d'Antin; and in order to give this ball had added to this residence a broad hall and wooden gallery, decorated with quantities of flowers, banners, candelabra, etc.
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Madame the Princess de la Layen, niece of the Prince Primate, had died from her wounds; and the lives of General Touzart, his wife, and daughter were despaired of,-in fact, they died that same day.
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In the month of May, 1811, their Majesties made a journey into the departments of Calvados and La Manche, where they were received with enthusiasm by all the towns; and the Emperor made his stay at Caen memorable by his gifts, favors, and acts of benevolence.
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If so, _il respecte la consigne_.' 'No, no; I don't like you when you begin to use French words.
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La Grise' (1854), 'Le Village' (1856), 'Dalila' (1857), 'Le Cheveu Blanc', and other plays obtained great success, partly in the Gymnase, partly in the Comedie Francaise.
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Feuillet now became a follower of Dumas fils, especially so in 'La Belle au Bois Dormant' (Vaudeville, 1865); 'Le Cas de Conscience (Theatre Francais, 1867); 'Julie' (Theatre Francais 1869).
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I heard it said that that little imbecile La Brede borrowed money from his little sister to lavish it upon that Sarah.
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The elder, Eleanore-Jeanne, had married, during her father's life, the Comte de la Roche-Jugan-a man long past fifty, but still well worthy of being loved.
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M. de la Roche-Jugan was one of those who had served the Government of the Restoration with an unshaken but hopeless devotion.
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His aunt de la Roche-Jugan and his uncle Tonnelier manifested toward him the cold circumspection of people who suspected they were dealing with a ruined man.
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Consequently he was hunted by an eager pack of cousins and relatives; and Madame de la Roche-Jugan and the Baroness Tonnelier gave tongue in their foremost rank.
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In the morning he rode on horseback; gave a lesson in fencing to his cousin Sigismund, the son of Madame de la Roche-Jugan; then shut himself up in the library until the evening, which he passed at bezique with the General.
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Examples of La

Example #1
Kourbash-A whip, often made of rhinoceros hide.
Example #2
Khamsin-A hot wind of Egypt and the Soudan.
Example #3
Douee d'une merveilleuse concision qui s'allie a la clarte, il lui suffit d'un mot pour associer plusieurs idees, qui, dans une autre langue, exigeralent des phrases entieres.
Example #4
And no people are more jealous on this very point than the French.
Example #5
Prosper Merimee, who knew Russian well, and was an absolute master of the French language, remarked:- "La langue russe, qui est, autant que j 'en puis juger, le plus riche des idiomes de l'Europe, semble faite pour exprimer les nuances les plus delicates.