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- proper n. A large forest and mountain range in southwestern Germany.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. a forest in Baden and Würtemburg, in Germany; a part of the ancient Hercynian forest.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a hilly forest region in southwestern Germany
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Germany called the Black Forest, where this scene is supposed to lie.
The trouble began in the spring of 1846, when some student depredations were traced to a small log house situated in the depths of what was then known as the Black Forest, the deep wood which extended far east of the Campus.
At that time the Black Forest was the only physical barrier between France and Southern Germany; the Rhine was then practically a
People of the Black Forest are a dreamy and superstitious race; they would stand and look at the uncouth figure in the water for a moment and then run.
The Black Forest is a country of almost unbroken shade, and in the still days of midsummer the whole place was covered with a motionless canopy of verdure.
Tita said the Black Forest was the most charming place in the world; and as it was Christmas Day, and as we had been listening to
Baiersbronn in the Black Forest is a gorgeous contradiction - cold enough to sting your eyes, warm enough to burn your face.
US President's favourite drink - an organic brew called Black Forest
Kitty corner from the Black Forest is my favorite resturant: Azia.
"Black Forest" is a term used to describe the elaborate, realistic woodcarvings thought to be made in the Black Forest region of Bavaria, Germany.
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