Definition of Pinsk

1. Noun. A city of southwestern Belarus.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pinsk

Pinocchio
Pinocchio illusion
Pinocchios
Pinophytina
Pinopsida
Pinot
Pinot Chardonnay
Pinot Noir
Pinot blanc
Pinot grape
Pinot noir
Pinoy
Pins
Pins' sign
Pins' syndrome
Pinsk
Pinter
Pinteresque
Pinterian
Pinterish
Pinto
Pintoes
Pintos
Pintupi
Pintupis
Pinus albicaulis
Pinus aristata
Pinus attenuata
Pinus banksiana
Pinus californiarum

Literary usage of Pinsk

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1. Raemaekers' Cartoons by Louis Raemaekers (1916)
"... much language in common differ from us more than in the policy that brought this Prussian host to cumber the stagnant waters of the Marshes of pinsk. ..."

2. The Story of the Great War by Francis Joseph Reynolds, Allen Leon Churchill, Leonard Wood, Francis Trevelyan Miller, Austin Melvin Knight, Frederick Palmer, Frank Herbert Simonds, Arthur Brown Ruhl (1916)
"CHAPTER XVI THE RUSSIAN MARCH — OFFENSIVE FROM RIGA TO pinsk BEGINNING with March 1, 1916, active campaigning was renewed along the eastern front. ..."

3. The Story of the Great War by Francis Joseph Reynolds, Allen Leon Churchill, Leonard Wood, Francis Trevelyan Miller, Austin Melvin Knight, Frederick Palmer, Frank Herbert Simonds, Arthur Brown Ruhl (1916)
"... without, however, materially changing the position of either. CHAPTER XIX THE STRUGGLE IN EAST GALICIA AND VOLHYNIA AND THE CAPTURE OF pinsk ..."

4. History of the Campaigns of Count Alexander Suworow Rymnikski, Field-marshal by Frederic Anthing (1799)
"... About a thousand men, had formed a junction with him from pinsk to Brzeg- cia. As to the Baron de Fersen, no news of him arrived, ..."

5. The European War by Anthony Arnoux (1917)
"RUSSIA • CHAPTER I FROM RIGA TO pinsk Early in March, 1916, the Russians began a movement to relieve the pressure on the French lines around Verdun, ..."

6. Popular History of the War by Merton Merriman Wilner (1919)
"... running thence south in a nearly straight line through the Pripet marshes, a little east of pinsk, and on through Volhynia into Galicia. ..."

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