[ luhk-suhm-burg; German look-suhm-boork ]
/ ˈlʌk səmˌbɜrg; German ˈlʊk səmˌbʊərk /
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Ro·sa [roh-zuh; German roh-zah], /ˈroʊ zə; German ˈroʊ zɑ/, "Red Rosa", 1870–1919, German socialist agitator, born in Poland.
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Words nearby Luxemburg
luxate, luxe, Luxembourg, Luxembourger, Luxembourgian, Luxemburg, Luxor, luxulianite, Lu Xun, luxuriance, luxuriant
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How to use Luxemburg in a sentence
Rosa Luxemburg said that all revolutions fail but the last one and Ralph was a tireless servant of the commonwealth to come.Britain's New Political Dynasty|Norman Birnbaum|October 1, 2010|DAILY BEAST
One of the finest actions of a soldier of which history makes mention, is related in the history of the Marechal de Luxemburg.
John consolidated his conquest by giving his daughter in marriage to Henry of Luxemburg .
The twelfth day after we had crossed over the river from Luxemburg found us marching into Coblenz.
Next morning, with great regret at so soon leaving our willing hosts, we marched off into the little Duchy of Luxemburg.
At that time the succession in both Holland and Luxemburg descended in the direct male line only.
British Dictionary definitions for Luxemburg
/ (German ˈlʊksəmbʊrk) /
Rosa (ˈroːza). 1871–1919, German socialist leader, led an unsuccessful Communist revolt (1919) with Karl Liebknecht and was assassinated
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