Definition of Crimean War in English:

Crimean War

Syllabification: Cri·me·an War
Pronunciation: /krīˌmēən ˈwôr
 
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A war (1853–56) between Russia and an alliance of Great Britain, France, Sardinia, and Turkey. Russian aggression against Turkey led to war, with Turkey’s European allies intervening to destroy Russian naval power in the Black Sea in 1854; eventually the allies captured the fortress city of Sebastopol in 1855 after a lengthy siege.

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adjective
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