American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A native or inhabitant of Sweden.
- n. A person of Swedish ancestry.
- n. A person from Sweden or of Swedish descent.
- From late Middle Low German or early German Low German or Dutch Low Saxon. (Wiktionary)
- Low German (from Middle Low German Swēde) or Dutch Zweed (from Middle Dutch Swēde). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The 6-3 Swede is the in-form player, having punched past high quality clay-courters David Ferrer, Nikolay Davydenko, and, most of all, the formerly undefeated at Roland Garros four-time champion Nadal.”
“The Swede is beyond the third round for the first time in 22 career major tournaments, and he'll play in his first clay-court tournament final.”
“The Book Swede is giving away ARC of “Bloodheir” by Brian Ruckley (enter the competition), whose debut, "Winterbirth", was lauded as one of the best fantasy books in the last couple of years.”
“The average Swede is poorer than the average Mississippian, you know.”
“MidnightBanjoWe've hashed and rehashed the subject of deer rifles with more managable recoil and noise on these blogs but here goes the Cliff Notes version: .243 Winchester or. 25-06 seem odds on favorites with many, Dave Petzal's 6.5 x 55 Swede is lower on bang and recoil,. 30-30 Winchester is another good choice for close in shots, .257 Roberts gets a lot of mentions here too.”
“Following a stormy spell as England's first foreign-born coach, the Swede is stepping down two years before the end of his contract.”
“Hans Blix, a Swede, is suddenly an American patriot.”
“The sartorially resplendent Swede is outfitted by fashion designer Johan Lindeberg.”
“They were often referred to as Swede or yellow turnips until the late 1960s, when gardeners changed the root's name to avoid confusion with its smaller cousin, the turnip.”
“In fact, they are now so good at it, that they can often tell a Swede from a Greek or whatever from the shape of the skull, supposedly "contradicting the classic biological race concept of physical anthropology," (although not my partly inbred extended family model).”
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