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

  • A city of southeast Germany on the Danube River north of Munich. Population: 122,000.


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  • During Frankenstein's residence in Ingolstadt, Elizabeth writes regularly, and it falls to her to describe Justine's background.

    Elizabeth Lavenza Frankenstein

  • Watch Edson Buddle's short header off a free kick for Ingolstadt's fourth goal against Karlsruhe and American goalkeeper -- and former D.C. United draft pick -- Luis Robles 2:35 mark:

    American soccer players abroad: Edson Buddle scores for Ingolstadt in Germany

  • Luis Robles 90 in Karlsruhe's 4-1 loss to Ingolstadt

    American soccer players abroad: Edson Buddle scores for Ingolstadt in Germany

  • The auto maker's sites at Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm, in Germany, will see some €8 billion invested.

    Audi Sets Investment Plan

  • Ingolstadt; and I confess to you, my friend, that when I saw you last autumn so unhappy, flying to solitude, from the society of every creature,

    Chapter 5

  • After mourning his mother's death, Frankenstein goes up to the University of Ingolstadt without his friend Clerval.

    Plot Summary

  • Ingolstadt, my residence there being no longer conducive to my improvements, I thought of returning to my friends and my native town, when an incident happened that protracted my stay.

    Chapter 4

  • Sometimes they were the expressive eyes of Henry, languishing in death, the dark orbs nearly covered by the lids, and the long black lashes that fringed them; sometimes it was the watery, clouded eyes of the monster, as I first saw them in my chamber at Ingolstadt.

    Chapter 21

  • He is suddenly awakened by the Creature standing over his bed; he then runs out of the room into the streets of Ingolstadt.

    Plot Summary

  • The two return to Ingolstadt to find a letter from Frankenstein's father announcing the strangling death of Victor's brother, William (I: 6: 2).

    Plot Summary


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