/ (ˌkɒsɪˈʌskəʊ) /
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Mount Kosciuszko a mountain in Australia, in SE New South Wales in the Australian Alps: the highest peak in Australia. Height: 2230 m (7316 ft)
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How to use Kosciuszko in a sentence
And are not the names of Poland's most popular heroes, Sobieski and Kosciuszko, household words all the world over?Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician|Frederick Niecks
In the interval between these amorous episodes Kosciuszko won his spurs in the New World.
Washington promoted Kosciuszko to the rank of a colonel of artillery and made him his adjutant.
For the most part the confederates of Kosciuszko were small squires, traders, peasants and men of 915 low degree generally.
Kosciuszko was conveyed to Russia, where he remained till the accession of Paul in 1796.