Duke of Marlborough

NOUN
  1. English general considered one of the greatest generals in history (1650-1722)
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How To Use Duke of Marlborough In A Sentence

  • The hunt was held on land owned by the Duke of Marlborough.
  • Colonel Oliver Boyce -- he has taken the title lately -- when I knew him he was something in the service of the Duke of Marlborough. The Highwayman
  • Duke of Marlborough brandishing a truncheon upon a sign-post, surrounded with types and emblems, and canopied with cornucopias that disembogue their stores upon his head; Mercuries reclin'd upon bales of goods; The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 38, December, 1860
  • He afterwards commanded with distinction in the War of the Spanish Succession, though he conceived a lasting hatred of the duke of Marlborough, much to Tory delight.
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