Definition of Lehrs

1. Noun. (plural of lehr) ¹



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Definition of Lehrs

1. lehr [n] - See also: lehr

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lehrs

legwarmer
legwarmers
legwear
legwears
legwork
legworks
lehayim
lehayims
lehendakari
lehenga
lehengas
lehnerite
lehnga
lehngas
lehr
lehrs (current term)
lehua
lehuas
lei
leidger
leidgers
leifite
leiger
leigers
leigh disease
leightonite
leinamycin
leint
leinted
leinting

Literary usage of Lehrs

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1. Life of Richard Wagner by Carl Friedrich Glasenapp, William Ashton Ellis (1900)
"Pecht, Kietz, Anders, lehrs.—Grand Opera and Theatre des Italiens.— Conservatoire de Musique: Ninth Symphony. —Scribe and Berlioz. ..."

2. A History of Roman Literature by Wilhelm Sigmund Teuffel (1873)
"lehrs, Hor. p. LXXV, justly says 'we should learn not to exaggerate the poetical character of Horace and even be prepared to meet with great defects'. ..."

3. A Short History of Engraving & Etching, for the Use of Collectors and by Arthur Mayger Hind (1908)
"His plate of a Dog scratching his Nech (lehrs 78) shows how directly he studied nature. He is one of the first of the German engravers to attempt unaffected ..."

4. Industrial Chemistry: A Manual for the Student and Manufacturer by Allen Rogers (1920)
"Recently, however, such improvements have been made in continuous lehrs that ... In most lehrs the gases from the fuel come in contact with the ware to ..."

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