Soult

[ soolt ]
/ sult /

noun

Ni·co·las Jean de Dieu [nee-kaw-lah zhahn duh dyœ] /ni kɔˈlɑ ʒɑ̃ də dyœ/, Duke of Dalmatia,1769–1851, French marshal.

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Soult
/ (French sult) /

noun

Nicolas Jean de Dieu (nikɔlɑ ʒɑ̃ də dyø). 1769–1851, French marshal under Napoleon I. Under Louis-Philippe he was minister of war (1830–34; 1840–44)
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