Example sentences for: acadia

How can you use “acadia” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Although the British made no military conquests here during the War of Spanish Succession (1700–1713), their negotiators forced the French in the ensuing Treaty of Utrecht to give up all of Acadia (Nova Scotia) except Cape Breton.

  • This western side of the peninsula is rich in the poignant history of French Acadia.

  • Sulfates are responsible for 6080% of total light extinction in the East, based on data collected during the 1990's in eastern national parks such as Acadia, Everglades, Great Smoky Mountains, Shenandoah, and in Washington, DC.

  • This is the heart of Nova Scotia’s French Acadia.

  • But the golden glow of the temples’ Doric columns and the idyllic setting amid acadia and almond trees on a precipice overlooking the Mediterranean are enough to encourage you to worship a whole pantheon of Greek gods.


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