Examples of locale in a Sentence
They chose a tropical island as the locale for their wedding.
the locale of the story
Recent Examples of locale from the Web
The interesting North African locale, as well as the London sequences, are attractively lensed by Robert Burks, with Technicolor a distinct asset, and those who appreciate fine music will get some special enjoyment in the Herrmann scoring.
In the 1960s, Rahal traveled widely for work to locales including Sri Lanka and South America.
The Pdvsa trade is the latest sign that foreign investors are becoming bolder in investing in the bonds of governments in far-flung locales.
Gulf Shores and Orange Beach aren't the only two beach locales teeming with tourists on Memorial Day.
Even in Rome and Brussels, which are hardly Trump-friendly locales, the president received a grand welcome.
Maybe the ‘give everything to everyone’ high-tax locales would get a clue.
Cinematographer Christoph Krauss’ fluid camerawork creates a visual poetry from industrial wastelands and an impressive assortment of locales.
Buffalo Mountain Lodge, with its rustic atmosphere and mountainside locale, serves delicious wild game (including venison, buffalo, and Arctic char).
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Origin and Etymology of locale
modification of French local, from local, adjective
First Known Use: 1761
LOCALE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of locale for English Language Learners
: the place where something happens : the place where a story happens in a movie, book, etc.
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