Stanislaus

[stan-is-laws, -lous]

Stanislaus I

noun
  1. Stanislaus Leszczynski, 1677–1766, king of Poland 1704–09, 1733–35.
Also Stan·is·las I [stan-is-luh s, -lahs] /ˈstæn ɪs ləs, -ˌlɑs/.
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Historical Examples of stanislaus

  • I was rather disappointed at the first sight of Stanislaus Hoax.

    Vivian Grey

    Earl of Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli

  • Stanislaus asked Pierre if he wished to remain alive to do penance.

    The Phantom World

    Augustin Calmet

  • Stanislaus, bishop of Cracow, was descended from an illustrious Polish family.

  • I have not forgotten your little friend Yvonne; nor Stanislaus, her brother.

    Princess Zara

    Ross Beeckman

  • As to the killing of Stanislaus, who could blame the czar for that?

    Princess Zara

    Ross Beeckman