Wallenstein

[ US /ˈwɔɫənˌstaɪn, ˈwɔɫənˌstin/ ]
NOUN
  1. Austrian general who fought for the Hapsburgs during the Thirty Years' War (1583-1634)
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How To Use Wallenstein In A Sentence

  • Of his symphonic poems those most often played are: "In Wallenstein's Camp," "Moldau, A Popular History of the Art of Music From the Earliest Times Until the Present
  • I feel as if I just have to say here that I love Dirk Henn's Wallenstein and really enjoy his Atlantic Star, and I'm a big fan of many Queen games, such as Aton, Chicago Express, and Roma. Boardgame News
  • His army was quartered in the Duchy of Friedland - land owned by Wallenstein.
  • A typical military entrepreneur of the 17th century, the Bohemian apostate Protestant Wallenstein is a complex and somewhat mysterious figure.
  • Wallenstein lounged back in his chair, chuckled, twisted his yellow mustache, and dozed. THE JOKERS OF NEW GIBBON
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