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Triple Alliance

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A treaty entered into by England, Sweden, and Holland against Louis XIV, in 1668. It ended in the treaty of Aixla-Chapelle. (See next page.)

A treaty between England, France, and Holland against Charles XII. This league was called the Quadruple after Germany joined it. (1717.)

A third (1789) between Great Britain, Holland, and Russia, against Catherine of Russia in defence of Turkey.

A fourth in 1883, between Germany, Italy, and Austria, against France and Russia.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Trilogy
Trimilki
Trimmer
Trinculo
Trine
Trinity
Trinobantës
Trinoda Necessitas
Tripitaka means the “triple basket,”
Triple Alliance
Tripos
Trismegistus [thrice greatest]
Tristram (Sir)
Triton
Triumph
Trivet
Trivia
Trivial
Trivium
Troehilus (The)