village in S Germany, on the Danube: famous victory of the Duke of Marlborough over the French, 1704.
- German Blindheim.
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How to use Blenheim in a sentence
Dave Matthews owns Blenheim Vineyards in Virginia and produces an array of respected table wines.Drinking With the Stars: Drew Barrymore, Ramona Singer Wade Into Wine | Rebecca Dana | July 27, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Before buying the priory, the couple had rented a cottage nearby from the Duke of Marlborough on his Blenheim Palace estate.
In 1749 the library was removed to Blenheim, where it remained until 1881.English Book Collectors | William Younger Fletcher
Cutts made his attack on Blenheim with all the fury which earned for him the nickname of the Salamander.Battles of English History | H. B. (Hereford Brooke) George
Mr. Price acknowledges himself an admirer of the water-scene at Blenheim.On the Portraits of English Authors on Gardening, | Samuel Felton
But Blenheim was within the power of a magnanimous people, and they caused the erection of it at the public cost to be suspended!
Positively, the Garden of Eden cannot have been more beautiful than this private garden of Blenheim.Our Old Home, Vol. 2 | Nathaniel Hawthorne
British Dictionary definitions for Blenheim (1 of 2)
a village in SW Germany, site of a victory of Anglo-Austrian forces under the Duke of Marlborough and Prince Eugène of Savoy that saved Vienna from the French and Bavarians (1704) during the War of the Spanish Succession: Modern name: Blindheim
British Dictionary definitions for Blenheim (2 of 2)
a type of King Charles spaniel having red-and-white markings
Also called: Blenheim orange
a type of apple tree bearing gold-coloured apples
the fruit of this tree
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