[ US /ˈhæpsbɝɡ/ ]
  1. a royal German family that provided rulers for several European states and wore the crown of the Holy Roman Empire from 1440 to 1806
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How To Use Habsburg In A Sentence

  • Over the autumn and winter their language became hysterically belligerent towards the German princelings who harboured the émigrés and, behind them, the Habsburg Emperor.
  • The Italian branches of the Habsburg and Bourbon dynasties were severed from their parent houses.
  • In the east, in Prussia, Poland, Russia, and the eastern provinces of the Habsburg Monarchy, most of the rural population was bound to the soil and their lords as serfs.
  • Marie-Antoinette was a Habsburg, and thus from the moment of her arrival in France in 1770 the bugbear of the Richelieu-d'Aiguillon faction, which hated the Austrian alliance.
  • The idea gave a further fillip to the Habsburg brothers. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Habsburg and Hohenzollern dynasties abdicated, following the Romanovs.
  • Austria, which had been solemnly created an archduchy by the emperor Frederick in 1453, was claimed by the three remaining Habsburg princes, and lower Austria was secured by Frederick, while Albert obtained upper Austria. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 1 "Austria, Lower" to "Bacon"
  • In 1648 he was again victorious over a Habsburg army under Archduke Leopold Wilhelm at Lens.
  • It was universally suspected that Henry meant to destroy and discrown the Habsburgs, and it lay not in the schemes of Life and Death of John of Barneveld — Complete (1609-1623)
  • One of the first tasks of the Habsburgs was to induce settlers to occupy the empty lands.
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