[ hoh-uhn-lin-duhn ]
/ ˌhoʊ ənˈlɪn dən /
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a village in S Germany, in Bavaria, near Munich: French victory over the Austrians 1800.
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How to use Hohenlinden in a sentence
The battle of Hohenlinden, commemorated by Campbell's lyric, was fought Dec. 3, 1800.
The nineteenth century found its welcome in the smoking cannon and crimsoned fields of Hohenlinden.Prize Orations of the Intercollegiate Peace Association|Intercollegiate Peace Association
“I mean it all right,” he muttered, as the car swung in through the great ornamental gates of Hohenlinden.The Moonlit Way|Robert W. Chambers
In the centre there is a little hamlet, of a few miserable huts, called Hohenlinden.
Through storms and freezing gales and drifting snows the armies of Napoleon marched painfully to Hohenlinden.
British Dictionary definitions for Hohenlinden
/ (German hoːənˈlɪndən) /
a village in S Germany, in Bavaria east of Munich: scene of the defeat of the Austrians by the French during the Napoleonic Wars (1800)
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