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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How to use Hideyoshi in a sentence
Hideyoshi, however, urged him to return to China and report the situation to his sovereign.
We shall now relate the story of Hideyoshi's Korean expedition.
Nobutaka especially was hostile to the influence of Hideyoshi.
What, for instance, incited Hideyoshi to invade Korea in 1592?Japan and the California Problem | Toyokichi Iyenaga
Hideyoshi did not consider it politic to push the matter to extremes, so the prince retained his former position.A Fantasy of Far Japan | Baron Kencho Suyematsu