[ kroh-pot-kin, kruh-; Russian kruh-pawt-kyin ]
/ kroʊˈpɒt kɪn, krə-; Russian krʌˈpɔt kyɪn /
Prince Pëter A·le·kse·e·vich [prins-pyawtruh-lyi-ksyey-yi-vyich], /ˈprɪns ˈpyɔtr ʌ lyɪˈksyeɪ yɪ vyɪtʃ/, 1842–1921, Russian geographer, author, and anarchist.
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How to use Kropotkin in a sentence
The chorus to another song, “Kropotkin Vodka,” demands “the f**king end to sexist Putinists!”
I think Kropotkin is wrong, and I believe that because his work lacks artistic finish, much of it is doomed to perish.
Only one thing is lacking; indeed, it is the chief omission in the cosmos of Kropotkin—the poetic note.
Most of Kropotkin's Russian revolutionary comrades—using the term Comrade in its broad sense—ended their days in misery.
About a year after his escape, Kropotkin attended an important labor congress in Belgium .
Unfortunately, Clairvaux is built on marshy ground, and Kropotkin fell sick from malaria.
British Dictionary definitions for Kropotkin
Prince Peter, Russian name Pyotr Alexeyevich. 1842–1921, Russian anarchist: his books include Mutual Aid (1902) and Modern Science and Anarchism (1903)
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