Definition of Sempatch

1. Noun. The Swiss Confederation escaped Hapsburg domination by their victory in 1386.

Exact synonyms: Battle Of Sempatch
Generic synonyms: Pitched Battle
Geographical relationships: Schweiz, Suisse, Svizzera, Swiss Confederation, Switzerland



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sempatch

Semite
Semites
Semitic
Semitic-speaking
Semitic deity
Semitics
Semitism
Semitisms
Semitist
Semitists
Semliki forest virus
Semnani
Semnopithecus entellus
Semon's law
Semon-Hering theory
Sempatch
Semper Gumbi
Semper Gumby
Semple vaccine
Sen
Sen.
Senate
Senatical
Sendai
Sendai virus
Sendero Luminoso
Senderowitz
Senear-Usher disease
Senear-Usher syndrome
Seneca

Literary usage of Sempatch

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1. An Essay on a Congress of Nations for the Adjustment of International by William Ladd, James Brown Scott (1916)
"Rees says, " The code of public law between the combined republics of Switzerland is founded on the treaty of sempatch in 1393, upon the convention of ..."

2. An Essay on a Congress of Nations for the Adjustment of International by William Ladd, James Brown Scott (1916)
"Rees says, " The code of public law between the combined republics of Switzerland is founded on the treaty of sempatch in 1393, upon the convention of ..."

3. An Essay on a Congress of Nations for the Adjustment of International by William Ladd, James Brown Scott (1916)
"Rees says, " The code of public law between the combined republics of Switzerland is founded on the treaty of sempatch in 1393, upon the convention of ..."

4. The Book of Peace: A Collection of Essays on War and Peace by George Cone Beckwith, American Peace Society (1845)
"... can vote for no law without the consent of the government which sends them," founded on the treaty of sempatch, in 1393, on the Convention of Stantz, ..."

5. Studies in the Philosophy of Religion and the History by Andrew Martin Fairbairn (1880)
"There shines on Thermopylae and Salamis, Morgarten and sempatch, a light that never was on sea or shore, creative of " the inspiration ..."

6. An Essay on a Congress of Nations: For the Adjustment of International by William Ladd (1840)
"Rees says, "The code of public law between the combined republics of Switzerland is founded on the treaty of sempatch in 1393, upon the convention of Stantz ..."

7. An Essay on a Congress of Nations: For the Adjustment of International by William Ladd (1840)
"Rees says, "The code of public law between the combined republics of Switzerland is founded on the treaty of sempatch in 1393, upon the convention of Stantz ..."

8. Prize Essays on a Congress of Nations, for the Adjustment of International by William Ladd, John Augustus Bolles, Hamilton, Thomas Cogswell Upham, A friend of peace, American Peace Society (1840)
"Rees says, "The code of public law between the combined republics of Switzerland is founded on the treaty of sempatch in 1393, upon the convention of Stantz ..."

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