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Hideyoshi

[hee-de-yaw-shee]
noun
  1. To·yo·to·mi [taw-yaw-taw-mee] /ˈtɔ yɔˈtɔ mi/, 1536–98, Japanese general and statesman: prime minister and dictator of Japan 1585–98.
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Historical Examples

  • The plan was conceived by Nobunaga, begun by Hideyoshi, and completed by Iyeyasu.

    The Gist of Japan

    R. B. Peery

  • In 1592, Hideyoshi sent his great army from Japan to conquer Korea.

    Korean Buddhism

    Frederick Starr

  • The first of these measures, as we have seen, was the decree of Hideyoshi, passed in 1587.

    The Ceramic Art

    Jennie J. Young

  • On learning of this speech Hideyoshi was overcome with fury.

  • Hideyoshi, however, urged him to return to China and report the situation to his sovereign.

    Japan

    Various