hussar : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a member of a European light cavalry unit; renowned for elegant dress
- Shortly afterwards, a fat man with a prematurely balding head and a rakish hussar's mustache, appeared on the hotel terrace, plumped his 225 pounds into a wicker chair and .
- She dances on the tabletop with the hussar in the skintight pants.
- To the devotee, each brightly painted hussar and mustachioed grenadier is an honest work of art, deserving the same patience and devotion in its creation as a Rodin statue.
News & Articles
- '2 Jacks' Picked Up by Breaking Glass Pictures; Eyes Late 2013 Release
Bernard Rose's fourth film adaptation of a Leo Tolstoy work has found a distributor in the United States. "2 Jacks" -- starring Sienna Miller and Danny Huston -- has been picked up for release by Breaking Glass Pictures for a fourth quarter of 2013 release. Negotiations began at the Cannes Film Festival for the modern drama based on Tolstoy's short story, "The Two Hussars." Rose previously ...
June 26, 2013 - indieWIRE
- Alexander Benois in guardian.co.uk
Scheijen provides superb glimpses of his personality in action: "part over-sensitive aesthete, part coarse Hussar", as his friend Alexandre Benois said, with his extraordinary laugh: "The hinges of his jaws opened to expose a vast interior...