How to use Hunyadi in a sentence
By the way, don't make any blunder about that Hunyadi contract The people here will want you to break it,—don't, on any account.
Schloss Hunyadi dated from the fifteenth century, although now a single square tower was all that remained of the early building.
"You have certainly made me very uncomfortable," broke in Countess Hunyadi, thoughtfully.
"Come to the door, then, and look in; do not utter a word," cried a tall dark man I soon knew to be Count Hunyadi.
First of all, all my father's papers and effects were at Schloss Hunyadi, and some of these were all-essential to me.
British Dictionary definitions for Hunyadi
János (ˈjaːnoʃ). ?1387–1456, Hungarian general, who led Hungarian resistance to the Turks, defeating them notably at Belgrade (1456)
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