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Carcassonne Line breaks: Car¦cas|sonne
Pronunciation: /ˌkɑːkəˈsɒn/
/kaʀkasɔn/

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Definition of Carcassonne in English:

A walled city in SW France; population 48,212 (2006).

Words that rhyme with Carcassonne

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