OTHER WORDS FROM MetternichMet·ter·nich·i·an, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for metternich
And if Kerry pulls all this off, he's the Metternich of our times.
Metternich saw his advantage: his adversary had lost his temper and forgotten his dignity.
Whatever terms he might accept, and whatever Metternich might say, this war he felt sure was one for his extermination.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane
It was in vain that Metternich endeavoured to entangle the new Czar in the diplomatic web that had so long held his predecessor.
Where weakness existed, Metternich was quick to divine it and to take advantage of it.
There Metternich was all-powerful, and the keystone of his system was a guarded but profit-seeking subservience to Napoleon.