Kuroki

[ koo-raw-kee ]

noun
  1. Ta·me·mo·to [tah-me-maw-taw], /ˈtɑ mɛˈmɔ tɔ/, Count, 1844–1923, Japanese general.

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How to use Kuroki in a sentence

  • From the end of August, Kuroki coperated with the two other army corps which had simultaneously been closing upon Liao-yang.

    Japan | Various
  • Kuroki's artillery ceased, Zassuliche's ceased, and that stillness which the soldier knows for the prelude to the assault fell.

    The Way of the Gods | John Luther Long
  • When Kuroki announced that breakfast was ready, Cutty went into the living room for Kitty, whom he had not yet seen.

    The Drums Of Jeopardy | Harold MacGrath
  • Kuroki, who had travelled far with his master these ten years, sometimes paused in his rounds to nod affirmatively.

    The Drums Of Jeopardy | Harold MacGrath
  • Presently Kuroki came in with a yellow envelope, which he laid at the side of Cutty's plate.

    The Drums Of Jeopardy | Harold MacGrath