Hohenlinden [hoh-uh n-lin-duh n] Examples noun
- a village in S Germany, in Bavaria, near Munich: French victory over the Austrians 1800.
Examples from the Web for hohenlinden Historical Examples of hohenlinden
Soon after, at Hohenlinden, Moreau also defeated the Austrians.
It was on his return from Hohenlinden that the ex-Count met Bonaparte.
R. P. Dunn-Pattison
We have been defeated at Hohenlinden, and Moreau is advancing upon Vienna.
Hohenlinden brought matters at Lunville to a speedy conclusion.
William Milligan Sloane
“They fought at Hohenlinden at night, and on the snow,” answered Monty Scruggs.
British Dictionary definitions for hohenlinden Hohenlinden noun
- a village in S Germany, in Bavaria east of Munich: scene of the defeat of the Austrians by the French during the Napoleonic Wars (1800)