Definition of Napoleonic in English:

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Napoleonic

Pronunciation: /nəpəʊlɪˈɒnɪk/

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of Napoleon I or his time.
Example sentences
  • On 7 September the armies met at Borodino, the bloody battle that destroyed the myth of Napoleonic invincibility.
  • Wellington also displayed Napoleonic memorabilia with the trophies awarded to him.
  • Ceremonies at Chatby, led by a Royal Navy chaplain and defence staff from Britain's embassy in Egypt, did not solely concentrate on the Napoleonic era.

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