Definition of Kutuzov
1. Noun. Russian field marshal who commanded the Russian opposition to Napoleon (1745-1813).
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Literary usage of Kutuzov
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy (1904)
"kutuzov, the man who from the beginning to the end of his command in 1812, from Borodino to Vilna, was never in one word or deed false ..."
2. Life and Times of Alexander I.: Emperor of All the Russians by F. R. Grahame (1875)
"... under Admiral Greig, was to join him at Corfu, and it was with the idea of maritime operations that an admiral had superseded kutuzov. ..."
3. Life and Times of Alexander I, Emperor of All the Russias by F. R. Grahame (1875)
"... kutuzov. If Turkey would lend her assistance or conclude the peace deferred through French intrigues, it would be well received; but if not, ..."
4. Works by Leo Tolstoy (1904)
"V. DECREPIT kutuzov had himself wakened early the next morning. ... As kutuzov drove along, he kept falling asleep and waking up, and listening to hear ..."
5. The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of the Rise by Henry Smith Williams (1904)
"kutuzov with the main body proceeded on the left, on a level with ... kutuzov was inflexible in the resolution he had taken to keep Napoleon on the Smolensk ..."