American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northeast Turkey near the Armenian border. Capital of an Armenian principality in the 9th and 10th centuries, it was destroyed by Tamerlane c. 1386, rebuilt by Ottoman Turks in the 16th century, and ceded to Russia in 1878. It was returned to Turkey in 1921. Population: 78,400.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Obsolete variants of cress.
- n. A historically Armenian city in eastern Turkey.
- From Turkish Kars, from Armenian Կարս (Kars). (Wiktionary)
“But he does not care about the coup in Kars or which side is right or who has power.”
“Ka is trapped in Kars for several days due to a snow storm that closes all the roads.”
“As for the past tense in which Kars is also frozen, I have to rely on a certain amount of guesswork.”
“These forces take advantage of the snowstorm to mount a coup in Kars and impose their own arbitrary will, though it is never explained why they do this or how they can hope to get away with it.”
“It also happens that Ipek, the woman Ka has loved since his youth, is now divorced and living in Kars.”
“My mom and I took my cousin Kari, as the local bridesmaid, shopping for dresses, and everything Kars tried on, Mom said, "I don't know, it's nice, but I wish it had ... something interesting about the back.”
“The most recent government action against the Nimatullahi-Gonabadi followers began in Kars province on Saturday, Sept. 3.”
“Mr. Erdogan described the monument as "a freak," speaking Saturday in the city of Kars in Eastern Turkey.”
“Erdogan described the monument as "a freak," speaking in the city of Kars in Eastern Turkey.”
“It was commissioned by the former mayor of Kars, who made extensive efforts to build relations with Armenia, believing that reopening the border for trade could only benefit the remote town.”
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