[ gry-nuh-vahlt ]
/ ˈgrü nəˌvɑlt /
Ma·thi·as [mah-tee-ahs], /mɑˈti ɑs/, Mathias Neithardt-Gothardt, c1470–1528, German painter and architect.
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How to use Grünewald in a sentence
Most of these places are inclosed, but the one at the Grunewald was open, and I often used to go there to see the soldiers.
Last fall many of the prisoners were employed in cutting down trees in the Grunewald.
Directly ahead of him loomed the Grunewald, a splendid tower of white brick and terra-cotta.
If any crafty enemy sows dissension among us; turns the sword of comrade against comrade; then falls the Castle of Grunewald!
British Dictionary definitions for Grünewald
Matthias (maˈtiːas), original name Mathis Gothardt. ?1470–1528, German painter, the greatest exponent of late Gothic art in Germany. The Isenheim Altarpiece is regarded as his masterpiece
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