Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Variant of führer.

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  • n. Alternative spelling of Führer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • 'fuehrer' Nick Griffin failed to win the Barking MP's seat in the general election.

    Socialist Party Main leads

  • more than one in 10 called for a "fuehrer" or "strongman" to lead the country.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • We must follow our fuehrer, Rush Blimpbag and do as he says, and prevent Obama from accomplishing anything good for this Country. jaye

    GOP chairman isn't sure who his insurance provider is

  • He isn't afraid of people like your Jim Demented who wants him to fail, along with your fuehrer Blimpbag.

    WH: Obama to get more directly involved in health care talks

  • Astronauts affectionately called him "pad fuehrer" for his strong German accent.

    The Daily Goodbye

  • And their fuehrer, South Carolina secessionist and C Street cult member, Jim DeMint, says it's worth losing a sure GOP pick-up in Delaware -- with mainstream conservative Mike Castle -- to send a message to the Republican Establishment that it has to move even further right, via the increasingly controversial Miss No Turning Japanese Allowed (above).

    Howie Klein: Boehnerland

  • They were the thugs Adolf Hitler and his National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP) used in their drive to power: beating up opponents; destroying polling booths; driving off opposition party voters at the polls; stealing ballot boxes; attacking and trashing opposition party headquarters; and generally brutalizing anybody who dared to oppose their beloved fuehrer.

    Rush Limbaugh in Love with Fascist Political Tactics | Living the Liminal

  • He is an old WWII vet and former guest (see POW) of the fuehrer.

    Puff This!

  • As for pork b on the middle class in Nazi Germany, let me say there was a middle class in Britain as well that, in those "heady" years when Hitler was threatening to finish off communists (let the Nazi dog eat the Bolshie dog), was toasting the fuehrer.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • We guess it's better than "drug emperor" or "drug fuehrer," but that's a low standard.

    The High Cost of Dying

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