Malvern Hill

[ mal-vern ]

  1. a plateau in E Virginia, SE of Richmond: battle 1862.

Words Nearby Malvern Hill Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use Malvern Hill in a sentence

  • Deep the maledictions heaped upon the drunken Magruder for the carnage at Malvern Hill.

    The Boys of '61 | Charles Carleton Coffin.
  • The battle of Malvern Hill presented, by far, the most sublime spectacle I ever witnessed.

    Nurse and Spy in the Union Army | S. Emma E. Edmonds
  • Lafayette was encamped on Malvern Hill, in the York peninsula, where he was waiting for the next act in the drama.

  • Four shells flew up the long slope and burst among the iron rows that made a great triple crown for Malvern Hill.

    The Long Roll | Mary Johnston
  • It had half a mile of open to cross, and it was caught at once in the storm that howled from the crest of Malvern Hill.

    The Long Roll | Mary Johnston