American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern Denmark on Fyn Island near the Odense Fjord, an arm of the Kattegat. Founded in the tenth century, Odense is the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen. Population: 158,000.
- n. Odense, the largest city in Region Syddanmark and third-largest city in Denmark.
- n. The capital of the eponymous municipality in which it is located.
“Authorities said the seven held in Odense had collected materials to make explosives for an attack in the Nordic country, which has troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.”
“The other three teams that Arsenal could draw are FC Twente, the former Dutch champions, Swiss club FC Zurich and Odense from the Danish league.”
“Odense, for instance, is the birth place of Hans Christian Andersen.”
“His first voyage takes him across the world to the Arctic waters where he lands at Novy Odense.”
“Co Adriaanse's FC Twente guaranteed progression to the knockout stages from Group K after the substitute Leroy Fer's 82nd-minute strike gave them a 3-2 win over the Danish side Odense BK.”
“The manager played down those rumours but would not say whether the England forward would return for the midweek Europa League match with Odense.”
“Villarreal, facing a 1-0 first-leg deficit against Odense, struggled to break the deadlock until Giuseppe Rossi struck twice in 16 minutes in the second half.”
“Neil Etheridge of Fulham finally made his senior debut against Odense," notes Kameel Gopal.”
“D Michael Parkhurst last 35 in Nordsjaelland's 4-1 loss to Odense”
“A number of other clubs have also expressed an interest, with Lindegaard showing the kind of consistent form for Aalesunds that he rarely demonstrated during six years largely as a reserve at his previous club Odense.”
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