Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In German, a castle or manor-house: a term equivalent to the French château.
“Nach dem Tiefststand seit 2005 am Freitag schloss der Dax heute mit 11,4 Prozent im Plus.”
“Plus, The German Cafe had a nice tapestry of a fine German schloss, in a dark corner.”
“Book early since the hotel is a favorite for wedding parties, particularly in summer.www. schloss-romrod.com”
“He recalled his father telling him of the time, at the end of the FirstWorldWar, when, as a prisoner in some German schloss, they had brought his cousin in and told them they were to be taken home.”
“For the less active, there are four distinct low-tech spas, including a hydrotherapy-centered Badehaus, a Turkish hammam, a family spa and an outdoor nature spa, which offer massage, and thermal and electro treatments (rooms from €170 per night; schloss-elmau. de).”
“Also, my friend Bob Norton had just returned from a trip to Germany, where he'd seen the TnTs' massive schloss in Regensburg.”
“Around the walls of the schloss are countless paintings and other works of art, many of them stolen.”
“Plus, Rezko said he has a sweeeet deal on a schloss.”
“Or do I have this backwards, and that people are abducting aliens and keeping them prisoner in America's trailer-parks and maybe a schloss or two in Austria?”
“And this other one schloss, as you can see, is ...”
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need to learn these words!!!!!!!!
Words I heard at the state spelling bee this year that I had never heard before
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