Synonyms for xianying or Related words with xianying

yanmei              yingwen              limei              aihua              jiaqi              guowei              xiaoyang              xiaojuan              hongxia              yanfeng              xiaoxuan              yufang              lingwei              xiuyun              jiasheng              lingmei              yujiexu              guohui              yanfei              jingwen              xufeng              xinyue              fengying              yinghui              chengye              jianchao              guojun              yafei              jingyao              jingyu              yuping              weiying              mingjie              xiaoyan              wenwen              qiuyan              manli              xiujuan              yufei              leilei              guirong              chunli              aiping              chunyuan              yesui              wangping              xiaohong              yongqing              chenxin              chunhong             

Examples of "xianying"
In the Southern Song dynasty, the emperor granted her the name of "Xianying Furen" (显应夫人) and "Youfui Furen" (柔惠夫人).
Xin Xianying's words showed her wisdom and practicality, for which she was famous. Many times Xin Xianying spoke her mind, even when others couldn't.
Xin Xianying (191–269) was the daughter of Xin Pi, an official of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. The tribulations of this period caused insecurity and her brother Xin Chang repeatedly asked her for advice.
Liu Xianying (; born July 8, 1977 in Jilin) is a former Chinese biathlete who competed in the 1998 Winter Olympics, the 2002 Winter Olympics, the 2006 Winter Olympics and the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Xin Xianying often talked to her nephew Yang Hu about Zhong Hui's ambitions to rule, and said that one should avoid having too close personal contacts with Zhong Hui.
In 217, Cao Pi was named Cao Cao's heir. When her father told her of Cao Pi's delight at his appointment, Xin Xianying remarked that it does not forebode well for the dynasty if Cao Pi was happy about shouldering such a sad and heavy responsibility when his father dies.
The islands are often referred to as the Temple Islands (Chinese: Miaodao Qundao) because of the large number of temples that were built there. Xianying Palace is a temple that was built during the Northern Song Dynasty, starting in 1122. It was originally a Taoist temple to the sea goddess Matsu, but became Buddhist later. At the present time the local government has restored the temple to its Ming Dynasty appearance, although many additions had been made during the Qing.
In 234, when Zhuge Liang gave Sima Yi the lady's dress attempting to stir up Sima's anger. Sima wrote to Cao Rui and asked for the authority to fight Shu's forces (it was not known in history whether Sima Yi did this because he was angry himself, or just doing it to calm down his generals). Xin Pi thought it was amusing and told it to his daughter at the dinner-table, Xin Xianying replied with a serious tone, "The army determines the fate of a nation, nobody can afford to joke over that. Fighting the enemy because of anger often leads to unexpected losses, it is something we should avoid." Xin Pi thanked his daughter, and replied Cao Rui next day, advising him to enforce Sima Yi to defend his camp and wait for opportunities. Zhuge Liang died of illness the following month.