faubourg : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a New Orleans district lying outside the original city limits; used in combination with the names of various quarters of the city
- In a somnolent Mexican faubourg Harold puts his ludicrous feet "into it," right, then left, with the usual political consequences soldiers, rifles, prison.
- With no one ever being asked for proof of age, and plenty of spending money from cashed-up expatriate dads, we had the keys to every bar in the faubourg.
- Natalie Portman in Sydney Morning Herald
Faubourg Saint-Denis is not a touristy area,says Portman in the production notes for Paris, Je T'aime, which grew into a compilation of 18 shorts about the city of light. "There are no tourist sites as such; it's just somewhere people...