Definition of Ritter

1. Noun. knight ¹



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Definition of Ritter

1. a knight [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ritter

ritenuto
ritenutos
rites
ritodrine
ritonavir
ritonavirs
ritornel
ritornelli
ritornello
ritornellos
ritornels
rits
ritt
ritted
ritter (current term)
ritter disease
ritters
ritting
rittmannite
ritts
ritual
ritual Ten Commandments
ritual abuses
ritual dance
ritual dancing
ritual killing
ritual servitude
ritualic

Literary usage of Ritter

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1. A Textbook in the History of Modern Elementary Education: With Emphasis on by Samuel Chester Parker (1912)
"Practically all the reforms in method can be traced to Pestalozzi and the great German geographer, Carl ritter (1779-1859), and their followers. ..."

2. A Textbook in the History of Modern Elementary Education: With Emphasis on by Samuel Chester Parker (1912)
"Arnold Guyot (1807-1884), a native of Switzerland, studied four years under ritter and came to Massachusetts in 1848. ritter's biographer, Gage, said in ..."

3. Manual of Mental and Physical Tests by Guy Montrose Whipple (1910)
"The experiments of Bourdon, Binet, and ritter show that cancellation is affected by ... ritter was successful in 8 of 10 trials in getting indications of ..."

4. Manual of Mental and Physical Tests by Guy Montrose Whipple (1910)
"The experiments of Bourdon, Binet, and ritter show that cancellation is affected by ... ritter was successful in 8 of 10 trials in getting indications of ..."

5. Manual of Mental and Physical Tests: A Book of Directions Compiled with by Guy Montrose Whipple (1914)
"The experiments of Bourdon, Binet, and ritter show that cancellation is affected by ... ritter was successful in 8 of 10 trials in getting indications of ..."

6. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1911)
"On May 8, 1536, ritter was called to Bern, where he soon became chief dean. ... The compliance of ritter, though sincere, especially in view of the needs of ..."

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