Waldenburg

[vahl-duh n-boork]
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noun

German name of Wałbrzych.

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Historical Examples of waldenburg

  • He was born in Waldenburg and educated at several institutions.

  • She was living in misery when I was bidden to the Court of Waldenburg.

    The Master Mummer

    E. Phillips Oppenheim

  • She is the Princess Isobel of Waldenburg, a king's grandchild.

    The Master Mummer

    E. Phillips Oppenheim

  • It was not his fault or by his wish that you were sent away from Waldenburg.

    The Master Mummer

    E. Phillips Oppenheim

  • I think that Isobel is very wise not to want to come back to Waldenburg.

    The Master Mummer

    E. Phillips Oppenheim


British Dictionary definitions for waldenburg

Waldenburg

noun

the German name for Wałbrzych
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