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Correct spelling: burgundy

Definition of burgundy:

  1. A kind of wine, so called from Burgundy in France, where it is made.

Common misspellings for burgundy:


Burgundy \b(u)-rgun-dy, bur-gu-ndy\

Burgundy as a girl's name.
bergen, Burgandy.

Google Ngram Viewer results for burgundy:

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Examples of usage for burgundy:

  1. His brother- in- law the duke of Burgundy who had befriended him in his exile in 1470, was continually urging, for his own ambitious views, that the English should renew their ancient enterprises in France; and Edward, notwithstanding his natural indolence, was at last prepared to carry his arms into that country. –  by
  2. On the 18th the sovereigns of England and Burgundy went together to the castle of Guisnes, where the duke was entertained at king Edward's expense, as he had been at Calais. –  by
  3. The treaty with Burgundy was concluded in July 1474. –  by

Quotes for burgundy:

  1. It is true that the king has made a truce with the duke of Burgundy for fifteen days and that the duke is to turn over the city of Paris at the end of fifteen days. Yet you should not marvel if I do not enter that city so quickly.
  2. To treat a poor wretch with a bottle of Burgundy, and fill his snuff -box, is like giving a pair of laced ruffles to a man that has never a shirt on his back.
  3. It's a naive domestic Burgundy without any breeding, but I think you'll be amused by its presumption.