- a village in NE Bohemia, in the W Czech Republic: Prussian victory over Austrians 1866.
Czech Sa·do·vá [sah-daw-vah] /ˈsɑ dɔˌvɑ/.
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Examples from the Web for sadowa
Bismarck rides his tall roan mare “Verada,” rechristened “Sadowa.”Blood and Iron
John Hubert Greusel
They would forgive Solferino, to obtain vengeance for Sadowa.
There has been gunpowder in the atmosphere we breathe ever since the battle of Sadowa.The Parisians, Complete
The reader knows that the day of Sadowa brought him the insignia of a general.Two Chancellors
There are occasions, such as Sadowa, where a General must play his last card.The Great Boer War
Arthur Conan Doyle
- a village in the Czech Republic, in NE Bohemia: scene of the decisive battle of the Austro-Prussian war (1866) in which the Austrians were defeated by the PrussiansCzech name: Sadová (ˈsadɔvaː)
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