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Walkyrie

[ wahl-keer-ee, -kahy-ree, vahl-, wahl-keer-ee, vahl- ]
/ wɑlˈkɪər i, -ˈkaɪ ri, vɑl-, ˈwɑl kɪər i, ˈvɑl- /
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How to use Walkyrie in a sentence

  • The Walkyrie in Teutonic mythology, whose office it is to bear the souls of fallen heroes from the field of battle.

    Verses for Children|Juliana Horatia Ewing
  • The other day I put on the victrola a selection from "Die Walkyrie."

    Paris Vistas|Helen Davenport Gibbons
  • It bears the same relation to the author's later work as Rienzi to The Walkyrie.

  • Two years later the music to the Walkyrie was all done, and Siegfried begun.

British Dictionary definitions for Walkyrie

Walkyrie
/ (vælˈkɪərɪ, ˈvælkɪərɪ) /

noun
a variant spelling of Valkyrie
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