[ stoo-buhn, styoo-, stoo-ben, styoo-; German shtoi-buhn ]
/ ˈstu bən, ˈstyu-, stuˈbɛn, styu-; German ˈʃtɔɪ bən /
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Frie·drich Wil·helm Lu·dolf Ger·hard Au·gus·tin von [free-drikh-vil-helm loo-dawlf geyr-hahrt ou-goos-teenfuhn], /ˈfri drɪx ˈvɪl hɛlm ˈlu dɔlf ˈgeɪr hɑrt ˌaʊ gʊsˈtin fən/, 1730–94, Prussian major general in the American Revolutionary army.
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How to use Steuben in a sentence
Colasante, in the interview, said he first heard from the Quillen family after he posted on his shop’s website photos of a dozen or so Steuben martini glasses he had purchased from Gray.
General Steuben observing the large radius of camp concluded that Cornwallis' entire force was across the river.Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia|Dorothy M. Torpey
With the coming of Baron Steuben, the army was uniformly drilled in the tactics of European warfare.Revolutionary Reader|Sophie Lee Foster
But there came to camp, a volunteer, Baron Steuben, who had been trained in the best armies of Europe.
On his right sat Baron Steuben, our royalist republican disciplinarian general.Greenwich Village|Anna Alice Chapin
Congress also appointed an inspector-general, Thomas Conway being the first incumbent, being followed by Steuben.The Colonization of North America|Herbert Eugene Bolton