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Definition of Walhalla

  • See Valhalla.
  • (Norse mythology) the hall in which the souls of heros slain in battle were received by Odin

How to use walhalla in a sentence. Walhalla pronunciation.

With fiery eye, bright with the world's despair, Sweep by Walhalla's bards from out our sight.
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But for all that, where is the poet who would not rather live in the warm recollection of the never-dying youth of his nation than in voluminous encyclopædias, or even in the marble Walhallas of Germany?
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Never more to cover man's food from mice, or his person from an enemy, it was raised to the WALHALLA of the parlour.
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The prosperous and rapidly growing village of Walhalla (Paradise) nestles in the bosom of this lovely vale and occupies contentedly the former site of Old St. Joe.
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June 21, 1888, one of the most interesting events in the history of North Dakota occurred at the Presbyterian cemetery, which crowns the brow of the mountain, overlooking Walhalla.
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After a world of hungry men have fed upon Him, He remains inexhaustible as at the beginning; like the bread in His own miracles, of which the pieces that were broken and ready to be given to the eaters were more than the original stock, as it appeared when the meal began, or like the fabled feast in the Norse Walhalla, to which the gods sit down to-day, and to-morrow it is all there on the board, as abundant and full as ever.
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It almost seemed from the look on Stafford's face that, in very truth, he was laying aside the impedimenta of the long march and the battle, to carry the news to that army of the brave in Walhalla who had died for England before they knew that victory was hers.
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Now and then a bird, aroused by the flame or the snap of a burning stick, rose from its nest and flew away; and wild-fowl flitted darkly down the pass, like the souls of heroes faring to Walhalla.
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La crédulité socialiste, adéquate à celle des croyances religieuses, se berce par ces agréables sornettes et croit au paradis collectiviste, comme on a cru au ciel d'Indra, au walhalla d'Odin, au harem céleste de Mahomet, au séjour des bienheureux chrétiens, où le Très-Haut préside sur son siège de nuées, entouré de sa cour de Trônes et de Dominations.
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He hummed the Walhalla motif, and Dorothea, bending over her doll, coquettishly kissed the waxen face.
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Examples of Walhalla

Example #1
The Romans, . . .
Example #2
Supposed to be sung by a Chorus of Bards. A CHORUS.
Example #3
The story and the songs of a miller’s man who loves his master’s daughter, and of a miller’s daughter who loves a huntsman better, may seem very trivial, commonplace, and unpoetical to many a man of forty or fifty.
Example #4
True, youth is not over-critical; true, it does not know how to speak or write in learned phrases of the merits of its favorite poets.
Example #5
Under it rested, horizontally upon two nails, the sword of the chief-a long and broad ANDREW FERRARA, with a plated basket-hilt; beside it hung a dirk-longer than usual, and fine in form, with a carved hilt in the shape of an eagle's head and neck, and its sheath, whose leather was dry and flaky with age, heavily mounted in silver.
Example #6
Alister had come upon it in the house, covering a meal-barrel, to which service it had probably been put in aid of its eluding a search for arms after the battle of Culloden.