Seneffe or Seneff (both: sənĕf´), small town, Hainaut prov., S central Belgium, near Charleroi. At Seneffe, the French under Louis II de Condé defeated (1674) the Dutch, and the French under Marceau defeated (1794) the Austrians.
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