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[French boh-pawr] /French boʊˈpɔr/
a city in E Quebec, in E Canada: suburb of Quebec, on the St. Lawrence River. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Their tents were left standing at the Beauport camp, where in their inglorious haste they had even abandoned their heavy baggage.

    Old Quebec Sir Gilbert Parker and Claude Glennon Bryan
  • That splendid battery you are just finishing deserves to be called Beauport.

    The Golden Dog William Kirby
  • Montreal spread out her borders as well, the Beauport road came to be a place of fine estates.

    A Little Girl in Old Quebec Amanda Millie Douglas
  • Our set are having a gala night of it, and must be musical as the frogs of Beauport by this hour!

    The Golden Dog William Kirby
  • Over there at Beauport the Marquis' first headquarters were located in a big stone house.

    The Sun Of Quebec Joseph A. Altsheler
  • I know an Indian canotier who will ferry me across to Beauport, and say nothing.

    The Golden Dog William Kirby
  • The nearest village, in the direction of Quebec, was Beauport, and even there the inhabitants were comparatively few.

    The Bastonnais John Lesperance
  • We were now fairly in the village of Beauport, though there was still but one road.

    Excursions and Poems Henry David Thoreau
  • Saunders' pretence at landing on the Beauport shore had kept Montcalm's army on the alert all the night.

  • The third was to make a general attack from boats at the Beauport flats.

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