waterloo[ waw-ter-loo, wot-er-, waw-ter-loo, wot-er-; for 1 also Flemish vah-tuh r-loh ]SEE DEFINITION OF waterloo
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Ned thought this occurred at Waterloo, but the sister thinks not.
I had only an hour for all my preparations and the drive to Waterloo.
On them were engraved in gilt letters, "The Peninsula" and "Waterloo."
There he was met by another Englishman by the name of Wellington who introduced him to Waterloo.
Their country had been the cockpit of Europe from the time of Csar until Waterloo.
That sugar factory stood on that Monday as did Hogoumont at Waterloo.
"I did wonderful staff-work with Waterloo this morning," Barbara confided.
They took train from Waterloo at two in the afternoon, and reached Weymouth at six.
The journey to Waterloo in the prison van had been a terrible ordeal.
This battle of the 5th of May was another Waterloo for the French.