from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A social gathering of German university students at some place of entertainment.
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Dr. August Moehrlein was a staunch advocate of the advantage of the kommers as an adjunct to every thoroughly organized university.
If he could not gather others for a kommers, he would hold a kommers all by himself, or perchance with the barkeeper.
German scholarship has propounded are to be directly attributed to this stimulating good fellowship known as kommers.
Upanishads, and he left for a kommers with the nearest barkeeper.
It is under the intellectual stimulus of the kommers, when the foam lies thick in the steins and blue clouds of tobacco smoke roll overhead, that the great classical scholars of
She has no comfort whatsoever, but the doctor has the solace of his kommers, so let us wish that his beer may be forever flat, his wieners mildewy, and the mustard mouldy like the horrible nest of young Hilsenhoff.