Definition of Schantze

1. schanse [n -S] - See also: schanse



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Schantze

scerns
scetch
sch-23390
schH
schachnerite
schadenfreude
schadenfreuder
schadenfreuders
schadenfreudes
schafarzikite
schairerite
schallerite
schanse
schanses
schantze (current term)
schantzes
schanze
schanzes
schapbachite
schappe
schapped
schappes
schapska
schapskas
scharlach red
schatchen
schatchens
schatzki ring

Literary usage of Schantze

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1. The Private Journal of Aaron Burr, During His Residence of Four Years in by Aaron Burr (1838)
"The street in which I was so tortured cannot be less than a mile in length. At twelve we reached schantze (Note—These places, Hazel, ..."

2. The Shakespeare reader: with notes, historical and grammatical by W.S. Dalgleish by William Shakespeare (1871)
"Sconce, vt, for ensconce, to conceal, 331. [Dut. schantze, a rampart ; Ger. schanzen, to fortify.] Sewer, «., an attendant at table, 3%. [0. ..."

3. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1894)
"The microtome which I use for the purpose is a schantze, and any microtome with a sliding knife will serve. It is possible, by this method, ..."

4. A new dictionary of the English language by Charles Richardson (1839)
"Ihre thinks the opinion of Jun. more probable, that schantze, in D. formerly signified the branches of cut trees tied together in bundles, ..."

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