Definition of "uhlan" [uh•lan]

  • One of a body of horse cavalry that formed part of the Polish, German, Austrian, and Russian armies. (noun)

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Use "uhlan" in a sentence
  • "I used the Foundry figures to create my version of the von Kleist freikorps, because Foundry has all of the necessary elements, including the rarely-made uhlans and uhlan bandsmen in their Turkish style uniforms."
  • "It meant “The uhlan on the third watch at the North Gate is a friend.”"
  • "Rexia, they both knew, had a weakness for officers, though she could be friendly to a uhlan if need be."